LGBTQ - drama
Torn between self-loathing and self-discovery, young Saleem navigates his first-time with a stranger, the self-assured Daz. But as their passion ignites, their agendas conflict in the cold light of day.
A portrait of one night’s intimacy between two men that just met. Their physical connection is immediate and they get carried away and have unsafe sex. Once the sexual tension has been released they’re having an intimate conversation, about gay men sexual roles, about preferences and self-image, about manhood.
As morning approaches, their moment is nearing its end and one’s need for reciprocity may question the other’s ability to love.
71st Cannes Film Festival – Cinéfondation Official Selection (France, May 2018)
34th Haifa film Festival – Official Selection (Haifa, Israel, September 2018)
24th Athens International Film Festival (Athens, Greece, September 2018)
41st Denver Film Festival – Official Selection (Denver, Colorado, USA, November 2018)
24th Chéries-Chéris Film Festival du Film LGBTQI de Paris – Sélection Officielle (Paris, France, November 2018)
23rd Riga International Film Festival 2ANNAS – Official Selection (Riga, Latvia, November 2018)
5th Rajasthan International Film Festival – Official Selection (Jaipur, India, January 2019)
Pendance Film Festival – Official Selection (Toronto, Canada, February 2019)
Queer Screen’s 26th Mardi Gras Film Festival (Sydney, Australia, February 2019)
Brussels Short Film Festival (Special Jury Mention)
LGBTQ - drama
In this tragicomedy two Iranian refugees decide to impersonate as a gay couple in order to obtain asylum. But for the adventurous, but lonely Shahram and the serious journalist Abbas it is hard to live with their façade to the very end.
LGBTQ - black comedy
17 year-old Arend lives with his parents and hasn’t come out of the closet yet. His first step into the gay world of love is on a date with handsome Michael, a guy he met on a homosexual dating site. They arrange to meet and Arend ventures to the other side of the country only to discover that Michael is not quite what he imagined.
SELECTED FOR SUNDANCE & BERLIN 2011
Spring is about a young man, Joe, seeking to discover his sexual boundaries with a stranger. Joe is seeking an immediate sexual thrill, while Tim wants something more psychological. Two very different needs, but sought within the same space. Rightly or wrongly, Joe decides to venture down an unconventional path where he finds moments in equal measure that repel and excite him profoundly. The film shows how we can let ourselves be used and what we are capable of inflicting on others. The encounter is full of little ritualistic intimacies that will shape Joe’s life – and his life will never be the same again.
LGBTQ - drama
Finn (15) is an uncomplicated schoolboy until one day, coming home from school he catches his father Roelof in his moms dress. The man, Finn has looked up to his whole life, wants to become a woman. Finn, just discovering his own sexuality, is troubled by this new discovery. A struggle with feelings of shame, love and loyalty follows. Luckily Lizzy, his newfound friend, is there to help him.
A promising high school kid is unjustly sent to the notorious youth prison of Iceland where he faces increasingly severe abuses from the head guard who is determined to brake his spirit.
LGBTQ - drama
Juvenile inmate Malcolm is in love with his cellmate Tye, but their relationship is confined within their cell. When Malcolm is offered a shot at parole, his actions inadvertently mark Tye as a target for attacks by other inmates. With the bullying against Tye escalating, Malcolm is torn between his chance for freedom and protecting the one he loves.
Best Australian Short & Audience Choice Award Melbourne Queer Film Filmfestival 2012
LGBTQ - drama
USA / Switzerland
When thirteen-year-old Raúl is asked to entertain the local landowner’s son, a game of power and pride starts between the two boys.
Mikaela had a sex reassignment surgery . One night out she meets a guy who follows her home. The movie Undress me examines our perceptions of gender and how our identity can be formed by the perceptions of others.
Teddy Award – Best Short Film, Berlin International Film Festival.
Best International Short Film – Tel Aviv International Film Festival, Israel.
Best International Short Film – Filmout, San Diego (US).
Special mention – Sicilia Queer Filmfest, Italy.
Best Short Film – Mezipatra Queer Film Festival, Czech Republic.
The high school jury’s special price of the conseil general de l’Essonne – Festival of european cinema in Essonne, France.
Best Short Film – Side by Side LGBT International Film Festival, Russia. International award – Festival International of Short Film and Animation of Barcelona 2014.
Special Mention – Next Film Festival 2014, Romania.
International Jury Award Best Short Film – Durban Gay & Lesbian Film Festival South Africa.
Loke’s Sister 2014 – Tupilak, Nordic Rainbow Cultural Worker’s. For outstanding contributions to trans culture.
Lolly Award for best xposed short, XPOSED International Queer Film Festival, Tyskland
LGBTQ - drama
The difficult balancing of two young graffity artists trying to live their love without betraying what is closest to their heart: painting.
Produced by École Cantonale d’Art de Lausanne
Zürcher Hochschule der Künste ZHdK
Set on a rural island of the south coast England, We Once Were Tide tells the story of Anthony and Kyle, and their last night together as Kyle moves away leaving Anthony to look after his dependent mother.
LGBTQ - Drama
Denni is a tunnel-maker and Einar is a farmer, and both practise the sport of Icelandic wrestling, which allows them to escape their daily routine and to express their true selves.
Honorary Mention in Locarno Film Festival 2007
Honorary Mention in Nordisk Panorama 2007
The Icelandic Academy Award “Eddan” – Best Short 2007
Third prize in short film competition in Alcine Film Festival 2007
Best European Short in Brest European Short Film Festival 2007
After a heated training match with the team, twelve-year-old Viggo and Noel go home to challenge each other’s limits and masculinity. A sudden stop to an innocent game questions what a male friendship is allowed to be.
World Premiere – 2021 BUFF Malmö Filmfestival
2021 Internationale Kurzfilmtage Oberhausen
– ECFA SHORT FILM AWARD
2021 Show Me Shorts Film Festival
2021 Vila do Conde International Short Film Festival
2021 RIFF Reykjavík International Filmfestival
2021 Buster Film Festival
2021 Tirina International Filmfestival
2021 Cinekid – BEST INTERNATIONAL LIVE ACTION SHORT
2021 St. Louis International Film Festival
2021 Budapest International Children’s Film Festival – GOLDEN SQUIRREL AWARD
2021 Kurzfilmtage Winterthur
2021 Chicago International Children’s Festival
2022 Flickerfest Australia – BEST EU SHORT FILM