Short Films

  • Drip Like Coffee

    Drip Like Coffee is an intimate portrait of a Black woman whose desire for her female co-worker complicates her relationship with her boyfriend.

  • Something New

    After a rough break up, Jonah finds himself struggling to open up to a new relationship, which in turn creates some awkward, hilarious and disastrous results.

  • Little Potato

    An autobiographical documentary short about a gay boy growing up in the Soviet Union, his mail-order-bride mom and their adventurous escape to America. Winner of dozens of awards around the world including the Audience Award at Outfest Los Angeles '17 and Oscar-qualifying Jury Prize at SXSW.

  • Whittier Boulevard

    A transmasculine Chicano rebel searches for family, friendship and love on the boulevards of East LA.

  • Until It's Safe

    Max & Harper are in a long distance relationship that is put to test when a global pandemic hits, ruining their plans to finally be together in Los Angeles.

    This innovative short film from Samantha Lee (MAYBE TOMORROW, Outfest LA Emerging Talent Award '17; BILLIE & EMMA, Outfest LA '19) and Ella...

  • Goddess (Devi)

    A young closeted lesbian risks both family and tradition, as she embraces her attraction for her childhood maid, Devi.

  • Dawn

    As dawn creeps across London, two lost outcasts meet in the darkness, more afraid of themselves than each other.

  • Elder

    In 1974, a Mormon missionary finds his world turned upside down when he falls in love with a handsome Italian Communist. With original 8mm film and fierce storytelling, Tom Clark recounts a love story set against the backdrop of coastal Italy wrought with faith, identity, cigarettes, and Thorazine.

  • Virgin Territory

    A sex-positive, queer, and questioning coming-of-age story about a teenage girl who decides to have sex for the first time in commencement of her journey of sexual exploration.

  • Al-Basir

    An Arab civil rights lawyer who defends Muslims against racial profiling is under government surveillance. His personal and religious life is examined through the lens of this surveillance as he lives as a gay man in New York City, struggling to reconcile his queer identity with the traditional I...

  • Dare and Truth

    An afterschool game of Truth or Dare quickly spirals out of control.

  • BrocKINGton

    Blake Brockington is like any other high school student just trying to fit in. Identifying as transgender in North Carolina, there have been many hurdles in Blake's life. Learning to cope with being different than his peers, Blake has given hope to many others in the same position. 'BrocKINGton' ...

  • A Rose (Una Rosa)

    This short adaptation of Romeo and Juliet, seeks to look at Shakespeare again by putting the construction of gender in tension. Mia questions "being a woman" as a category, while Petia simply wants to love Mia.

  • According to Mateo

    Mateo and his boyfriend, Marc, arrive home after a night out with Luke, a guy they've just met. After an argument, Mateo leaves the flat and bumps into Jon, a drug dealer they called. Mateo convinces Jon to take him to his house where he discovers he can't feel anything if it's not through pain.

  • Allo?

    This short film shot on a cell phone ponders over the following issue: can a plane fly for 3 weeks non-stop? And, more importantly, what do people think about when they don't think about love?

  • Alone with People

    Growing up gay in the South, a high school girl seeks the help of a therapist to come out to her family and friends in this hilarious and touching coming-of-gay story.

  • Away

    Diego comes for the first time to New York in the beginning of the winter. Disoriented between the people in the streets, with his Super8 camera in his hands, he tries to find his memories from those other winters, shared in the woods, in another country, with the man he loved.

  • BDAY

    A hotheaded dancer blows a gig and a friendship as he searches for authenticity and love on his birthday in this comedic short.

  • Been Too Long at the Fair

    Charles Lum and Todd Verow's award-winning short documentary film tells the story of The FAIR Theater in Jackson Heights, Queens: one of the oldest continuously running gay establishments in New York City. A loyal patron recounts this history through his erotic encounters there, revealing how th...

  • The Best Friend (O Melhor Amigo)

    It's Saturday, the first day of summer vacation. Best buddies Lucas and Felipe decide to go to the beach and celebrate their freedom. While Felipe tries to make an impression on a mysterious girl, Lucas can't seem to admit it that he wants Felipe's attention all to himself.

  • Bittersweet

    Jason, a shy teen, reluctantly writes a heartfelt candy gram message to his high school crush, Armando. Jason's anxieties get the best of him and he goes to throw the note away, only to have his confession accidentally sent directly to Armando. Jason must rush to retrieve his embarrassing message...

  • Blooming Night

    Mesmerized by a pair of red heels, a lonely street guy in Shanghai follows its owner into a forbidden club. There, he discovers something that challenges and awakens his mind.

  • Brace

    After coming out and leaving his girlfriend, Adam dreams of finding acceptance within London's gay scene. His burgeoning freedom is soon challenged when he meets Rocky, a handsome stranger who is harboring a secret that he desperately wants to share with Adam.

  • Brussels

    Gaspar is back in New York working for a couple of days, and he is supposed to have lunch with his father right before flying back to Brussels. They have not seen each other for a few years.