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Girls on Film 2: Before Dawn (2017)
1. Happy and Gay – Dir. Lorelei Pepi
2. No Matter Who – Dir. Anne Claire Jaulin
3. B. – Dir. Kai Stänicke
4. Silly Girl – Dir. Hope Dickson Leach
5. Crystal Clear – Dir. Max Disgrace
6. Dawn of the Deaf – Dir. Rob Savage
7. Playing with Balls – Dir. Nanna Kristín Magnúsdóttir
8. Enjoy the Drama – Dir. Lud Mônaco
9. Plunge – Dir. Kate Lefoe
10. Actresses – Dir. Jeremy Hersh
11. Battalion to My Beat – Dir. Eimi Imanishi
Happy Gay (2014)
A queer revisionist history of 1930’s black and white cartoons, Happy and Gay is a musical cartoon inspired by the power of representation.
No Matter Who (2015)
It’s summertime and a troop of young girls are headed to scout camp. Together Marie and Lise discover the first spark of desire, a desire at odds with their group’s morality and principles.
Torn between a cold relationship with K. and her feelings for another woman, shy and insecure B. is heading for disaster. For too long she has suppressed her desires and lived a lie, but is it too late for B. to follow her heart?
Silly Girl (2016)
It’s all about the first time you are noticed, that first time someone sees you for who you are and the transformative nature of that moment.
An erotic narration of a date unfolds. Packed with fantasy, expectations and unnecessary emotional baggage, we watch from a face-sitting, boob smothering, explorational point-of-view.
Dawn of the Deaf (2016)
In London a small group of deaf people are spared when a strange sound wipes out the hearing population. As they try to come to terms with their situation, the bodies start to move…
Playing with Balls (2015)
As tempers (and temperatures) rise between a couple on the tennis court, a group of older lesbians become intrigued with the goings-on, and one of them is inspired to take the opportunity to act on her desires and escape her daily routine.
Enjoy the Drama (2016)
A young woman reminisces about a loving but tempestuous relationship. Stepping into a now empty home she sets free a collage of moments. By revisiting her past, the young woman hopes she can finally move on with her life, but can she?
A romantic day trip to a beautiful Australian lagoon tests the relationship of two young lovers, and our relationship to what is there and what might belong to the realm of fantasy, or of memory…
When Sara meets her acting idol on a New York street, the attraction is instant and dangerous, but who ultimately has control?
Battalion to My Beat (2016)
Believing herself to be a Joan of Arc who will liberate her homeland from occupation, rebellious teenager Mariam runs away from her refugee camp in Algeria to join the army in the Western Saharan desert.
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