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1. Blinders – Dir. Jacob Brown
2. A Stable For Disabled Horses - Dir. Fabio Youniss
3. Little Gay Boy, Christ Is Dead – Dir. Antony Hickling, Amaury Grisel
4. Boys Village – Dir. Till Kleinert
5. Headlong – Dir. Lukas Dhont
6. Yeah Kowalski! – Dir. Evan Robert
7. Inflatable Swamp – Dir. William Feroldi
8. Teens Like Phil – Dir. Dominic Haxton & David Rosler
One night a young couple visit a bar one where they meet a young creature of a boy. This boy possesses an otherworldly physical beauty that could attract anyone; man or woman. And indeed, the young lovers are attracted, one more so than the other. What does this chance meeting mean for their relationship?
A Stable for Disabled Horses (2012)
When Kanoute decides to move back to Norway his best friend Benny throws him a surprise party – a party just for two. It soon becomes apparent that Benny has a secret that he has to get off his chest before Kanoute leaves, but is it a secret Kanoute wants to hear?
Jean Christophe dreams of becoming an international model, but in reality lives with his mother, an English prostitute in Paris. Over the course of one unusual day, JC endures a series of abusive encounters that will change him forever. His youthful innocence is changed to hardened experience as his dreams are destroyed by those around him.
Boys Village (2011)
The Boys’ Village was once a holiday home for coalminers’ sons, boasting a pool, sports yards and even a chapel of its own. Not much remains of its former glory, though. Shattered glass and debris are all over the place; graffiti on the walls. There are countless trap falls and opportunities for injury. This is a parent’s nightmare and yet it can be heaven on earth for a certain kind of child. It more or less is for Kevin. He has been eleven years old for quite some time now. Has it been years or decades?
On the night of a dance competition a young ballet dancer is in a foreign place. He finds himself alone in his hotel room and when this emptiness overpowers him, he meets a stranger that could change everything.
Yeah Kowalski! (2013)
Gabe Kowalski is a late bloomer and all-around misfit whose dad still cuts his hair. When Gabe’s ‘anonymous’ question about his still smooth armpits is selected to be read aloud in sex-ed class, Gabe goes to great lengths to impress his classmate crush, Shane, at Penny Foster’s birthday party.
Matt, a gay man in his late twenties, navigates the lonely intersection of carnal sex and human closeness. With the arrival of Luke, a new man in his life, he finds a way to reconcile pleasures of the flesh with the new aroused imperatives of the heart. INFLATABLE SWAMP is an unusual exploration of gay male psychical intimacy.
Teens Like Phil (2012)
Phil, a shy, insecure teenager growing up in an affluent American suburb, is trapped in the painful throes of adolescence and the internalised struggle in coming to terms with his sexuality. At his elite private school, Phil is bullied by Adam, his former friend and love interest. Adam frequently lashes out against Phil and enjoys humiliating him in the locker room. When Phil can no longer tolerate the situation he takes drastic action to bring it to an end.
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