Films

  • BEAUTIFUL PEOPLE

    David Wojnarowicz /Jesse Hultberg 35 mins (US, 1988)

    Jesse Hultberg plays the sole character on a journey from awakening in his apartment in New York City, dressing in drag, hailing a cab and traveling to a lake in upstate New York. The black and white super-8 film turns to color the moment the central character touches the lake, and seemingly lured by the beauty of nature, the fully clothed figure walks into the water and disappears.
  • BEAUTIFUL PEOPLE

    Jesse Hultberg, David Wojnarowicz 7 mins (US, 1988)

    Jesse Hultberg makes herself up, leaves the city, convenes with nature, and disappears.
  • BELLMOUTH

    Joe Roberts 17 mins (UK, 2018)

    Amy is taken on a camping holiday for her 15th birthday by her dad, where carefree days with her little brother soon give way to uncertain weeks. The uncertainty of the relationship between Amy and her dad leaves Amy with a decision to make.
  • BENNIFER

    Ryan McGlade 13 mins (US, 2018)

    Jed's family isn't how he remembered it.
  • BENNY SINGS - NOT ENOUGH

    Bear Damen 3 mins (NL, 2019)

  • BEYOND THE NORTH WINDS: A POST NUCLEAR REVERIE

    Natalie Cubides-Brady 24 mins (UK, 2019)

    Beyond the North Winds is a hybrid documentary about the decommissioning of a nuclear plant in Scotland. It traces the journey of Walter Glass, who disappears while writing a report on the reactor. Concerned with landscape and time, myth and technology, the film explores the nature of ruins, and asks what environmental scars our generation will leave behind for the future.
  • BIN DAY

    Becky Manson 12 mins (UK, 2018)

    How do you pass the time on a Thursday? Aged 90, Ron microwaves some soup and waits for the bin men to come.
  • BINGO

    Colin Waddington / Justin Tagg 13 mins (UK, 2019)

    In one night at the Shipley Bingorama, amateur bingo caller Johnny Balls is about to lose control of the biggest game of bingo in Shipley history.
  • BIRD MILK

    Christopher Strickler 5 mins (CA, 2018)

    An abstract animated film that focuses in on the rich details and vibrant hues of colored inks shot through a macro lens, accompanied by chaotic electronic music.
  • BLACK POND

    Jessica Sarah Rinland 43 mins (UK, 2018)

    Black Pond is an odyssey across a common land in the south of England told through the hands of the members of the local Natural History Society.
  • BLK BOY FLIGHT (ME & MY COUSINS)

    Nadeem Din-Gabisi 5 mins (UK, 2015)

    JOY. in a word, a film expressing JOY. Showing that there are other coins and other sides to the blk. boy. man. narrative than have been and are being shown.
  • BLOW OUT

    Daniel David Stewart 8 mins (US, 2019)

    A woman finds a seemingly innocent balloon outside her front door. She brings it inside and things get weird.
  • BLUE DIARY

    Jenni Olson 6 mins (US, 1997)

    Through voiceover and static San Francisco landscapes this experimental narrative short tells the melancholy story of a young dyke pining over a one night stand with a straight girl.
  • BORDERS

    Written by Jakub Żulczyk 7 mins (PL, 2019)

    A Polish long-distance lorry driver reflects on a life of distrust, borders and endless queuing before the creation of Schengen. Written by Jakub Żulczyk (Blinded by the Lights). Starring Jacek Koman (Children of Men, Moulin Rouge!)
  • BOY GETS EATEN

    Sebastian Lagerkvist 25 mins (NO, 2018)

    A boy is pressured to lose his virginity, and now his childhood trauma will no longer be ignored.
  • BOYS BEWARE

    Sid Davis 11 mins (US, 1961)

    Anti-homosexual film targeted at teenage boys, urging them to avoid encounters with potential molesters.
  • BREE RUNWAY - BIG RACKS FT. BROOKE CANDY

    Fred Rowson 4 mins (UK, 2019)

  • BROWN GIRL IN THE ART WORLD III

    Rene Matić 11 mins (UK, 2019)

    Brown Girl in the art world III foregrounds my ongoing discussions into the pernicious nature of the white gaze, examining the weight and importance of imaging the queer, black, femme body and highlighting the disproportionate labour artists of colour undertake in relation to their/our white counterparts.
  • BUMP AND GRIND IT

    Tom Rubnitz 5 mins (US, 1986)

    A glittering, Las Vegas-inspired music video for John Sex’s song "Bump and Grind It".
  • CALL ON ME

    Imogen Legrove 6 mins (UK, 2019)

    Stories of phone sex operators, and the reality of their work.
  • CARNIVOROUS PLANTS

    Moody Institute of Science 10 mins (US, 1955)

    On the surface, this film may seem like an average biology film, but like most of films from the Moody Institute of Science, there is an ulterior motive.
  • CATUS POCUS

    Merry Wijaya / Yujin Sick 3 mins (ID, 2019)

    A girl. Her cat. An occult internet tutorial. What could possibly go wrong? Most things, honestly.
  • CHANGELING

    Faye Jackson 10 mins (UK, 2019)

    A new mother is increasingly mesmerised and appalled by the strange transformations happening around her and her baby. She instinctively hides them, unaware that the final metamorphosis will be hers.
  • CHINA NOT CHINA

    Richard Tuohy 15 mins (AU, 2019)

    Hong Kong marked 20 years since its hand over; half way through the planned 40 year 'one country, two systems' transition. Multiple exposures of street scenes distort space and place creating a fluid sense of impermanence and transition, of two states somewhere between China and not China.
  • CHIYO

    Chiemi Shimada 13 mins (UK, 2019)

    With the warm textures of 16mm colour comes a sensuous portrait of the filmmaker's grandmother, Chiyo. From her home in the Japanese suburbs, Chiyo shares stories of her dreams and her reality.
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