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1. All Over Brazil – Dir. David Ward
2. Nightswimming – Dir. Dominic Leclerc
3. I Don't Care – Dir. Harry Wootliff
4. Spring – Dir.Hong Khaou
5. The Chef's Letter – Dir. Sybil Mair
6. We Once Were Tide – Dir. Jason Bradbury
7. What You Looking At? – Dir. Faryal
8. Man and Boy – Dir. David Leon, Marcus McSweeney
9. Diana – Dir. Aleem Kahn
10. Downing – Dir. Ben Peters
All Over Brazil (2003)
It’s the summer of 1974 and Scotland face Yugoslavia in the group stage of the football World Cup. But Stephen (Iain de Caestecker) seems more interested in the world of Glam Rock than football…
Runaways Luke and Ellen are caught breaking into a swimming facility as they only want a warm place to sleep. The watchman lets them stay on the proviso that they don’t break anything, and so begins an emotionally charged situation between the trio.
In the tumbleweed coastal retirement community of Porthpunnet, Luka (Iwan Rheon) cares for his bedridden mother. One day he meets Dan, a young man who lives in a camper van and shares his interest in art. Initially he sees Dan as a kindred spirit until Dan proves to be gay.
A young man meets a stranger to indulge in a secret bout of SM, an experience that will change his life forever.
The Chef's Letter (2008)
In the early morning hours, a chef (Jonathan Firth) struggles to write the letter that could overturn his ordered life. Entering his kitchen, he struggles to make a beeline for his sous-chef.
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.
What You Looking At? (2011)
Two very different people in the London borough of Lambeth – a drag queen (Michael Twaits) and a woman in a burka. Only in a lift would they ever cross each another s path. But these two have more in common than they first thought.
Man and Boy (2010)
A man invites a boy into his flat and offers to take pictures of him. To most this would seem suspicious in the extreme, to the few it is an innocent offer of friendship. Which way do you see it?
On the day after the Princess of Wales death Mohit, an Indian pre-op transsexual, goes on an emotional journey set against the backdrop of a day that shocked a nation.
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, f***ing and regret: just another teenage party.
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