Who knows what is to come for the next generation of queer youth? These short films explore what it is to be young and queer now, and what that might mean in the future.

The next generation

Venue: Bricks 

Screening Time: 17:00

Duration: 74 Minutes

Date: Saturday 11  September

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AYANEH

Director: Nicolas Greinacher

Ayaneh, a young woman from Afghanistan living in Switzerland meets Anna at the local swimming pool. Sides of her identity are brought into conflict, and she must find a way to bring her old and new lives together.

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HYPED

Director:  Alkis Papastathopoulos

Vera and Lola's evening starts out well, but both become distracted. Can they overcome their anxieties and work things out by the end of the night?

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STINKHORN

Director: Hilary Harp & Suzie Silver

A psychedelic trip wrapped in a queer western, and a magical who-rides-who tale with a twist. Combining live action, handmade drawings, miniatures and animation, Stinkhorn is the second film from Fairy Fantastic! a queer folk and fairy tale series for kids of all ages.

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WAI(S)T

Director:  Titouan Le Gouis

Theo's father is convinced he's raising a future diving champion, while his new teammate, Arthur, sees him more as a one night stand. It's up to Theo to show who's right.

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TURN IT AROUND

Director: Niels Bourgonje

At a house party, fifteen year old Bram is surrounded by friends and draws the attention of many pretty girls. But his interests lie elsewhere.

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STONEWALL 2069

Director:  Samuel Douek

To celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall Riots, this film imagines the future of human identities through the invention
of a prototype that could be part of every day queer life in 2069.