sexuality

Personal sexuality is endlessly evolving, just as our social definition of it is. Here, five films celebrate sexuality in five different ways.

Venue: Bricks

Screening Time: 20:00

Duration: 80 Minutes

Date: Thursday 09 September

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APHRODITE

Director:  Gríma Irmudóttir

Blending luscious visuals with an insightful monologue, Aphrodite is a short experimental documentary film starting the conversation on female pleasure.

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PRIVATE LIFE: KYLE ROSS

Director:  Heidi Moore

This intimate documentary provides a glimpse behind the cameras into the highs and lows of being a porn star. In a world of fabrication, Kyle Ross is refreshingly candid about his experience.

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KIKO'S SAINT

Director: Manuel Marmier

Kiko, a Japanese illustrator on assignment in France spies on her neighbours and draws them secretly. In pushing her boundaries, she finds liberation.

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NEW FLESH FOR THE OLD CEREMONY

Director:  Elizabeth Rakhilkina

A lesbian reverie set amidst the backwoods of New England, New Flesh for the Old Ceremony explores the physicality of grief through a macabre fable about a woman whose wife is devoured by and then possesses their beloved pack of dogs.

WALKING A FINE LINE

Director:  Meti Oker

Sex can be intense, but it can also be playful. Walking A Fine Line is the surprisingly sweet celebration of one person's sexploratory journey.

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MY LONELINESS IS KILLING ME

Director:  Tim Courtney

Moodily shot in the nighttime world of Scottish clubs and bedrooms, this expressive drama brings together two very different queer folk who want what the other seems to have.