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Peccadillo Pictures Presents: 9-Bob Note - Ten Short Films Showcasing Queer Cinema

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20:00 Mon 9 Jan 2012

Greenwich Picturehouse

From a New York loft apartment to a Berlin hotel room via a broken down lift in Lambeth, Peccadillo Pictures and the London Short Film Festival present an eclectic mix of short films from up and coming new talent that show queer characters in situations both funny and heart-rending, definitive and unique.

Films screening in this programme are (in alphabetical order):

LOST TRACKS, Jon Stanford, 21 min (UK)
WHAT YOU LOOKING AT?, Faryal Velmi, 10 min (UK)
BLINDERS, Jacob Brown, 10 min (USA)
JAMES DEAN, Lucy Asten Elliott, 8 min (UK)
FRESH AIR THERAPY 2, Christoph Scheermann, 15 min (Germany)
WE ONCE WERE TIDE, Jason Bradbury, 18 min (UK)
AWOL, Deb Shoval, 13 min (USA)
SPRING, Hong Khaou, 13 min (UK)
HOLD ON TIGHT, Anna Rogers, 13 min (Ireland)
DOWNING, Ben Peters, 16 min (UK)
Total: 137 min

Tickets for this screening are available on the Greenwich Picturehouse website.

Greenwich Picturehouse

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  • AWOL

    Deb Shoval 13 mins (UK, 2011)

    Days before she’s to be deployed to Afghanistan, Joey goes home to rural Pennsylvania for Christmas and surprises her lover, Rayna. Joey opens up and shares her secret holiday wish, but Rayna has other plans.

    Jacob Brown 10 mins (UK, 2011)

    A young couple goes to a bar one night and meets a young creature of a boy. This boy possesses an otherworldly physical beauty that could attract anyone, man or woman. Starring Luke Worrall and Nathaniel Brown (Enter The Void).

    Ben Peters 16 mins (UK, 2011)

    Amidst a vibrant house party, John, the isolated local gay lad, finds an opportunity to exact revenge on his straight oppressor, the popular and handsome Daniel. Boy kisses boy, drinking, fucking and regret: just another teenage party.

    Christoph Scheermann 15 mins (UK, 2011)

    Kerstin and Petra, two women in the prime of their lives, try out couple’s therapy by engaging in a role play in an upmarket hotel. Things do not go as planned when the role play breaks down, and to make things worse they find out they are not alone in their room!

    Anna Rogers 13 mins (UK, 2011)

    Holding hands or kissing in public isn't for everyone. When it comes to same sex relationships, showing your love outside of the home is sometimes a complicated personal choice. This documentary moves between the public and private spaces in which lesbian and gay couples live, and explores small gestures of human connectedness.

    Lucy Asten Elliott 8 mins (UK, 2011)

    A family tries its best to get out of the driveway, but one of their daughters has decided it’s finally time to bring out the ‘real’ her.

    Jon Stanford 21 mins (UK, 2011)

    Lost Tracks explores the life of Tobi, a teenager disillusioned with family life, friends and the community around her and follows the final days in Tobi's preparations to run away.

    Hong Khaou 13 mins (UK, 2011)

    A young man meets a stranger to indulge in a secret bout of S&M, an experience that will change his life forever.

    Jason Bradbury 18 mins (UK, 2011)

    On the windswept southern coast of the Isle of Wight, Anthony, torn between his boyfriend and dependent mother, must realise that to love something is to give it away

    Faryal 10 mins (UK, 2011)

    A story from the heart of multi-cultural London; a woman in a burkha and a drag queen get trapped in a lift - with suprising results!