Program 29 – Connections


Shorts Program

Thursday, October 13 9:45 PM LITTLE THEATRE 1

The Weigh In

USA / 2014 / 2 min. | Directed by: The Perez Bros

A queer re-imagining of boxing promos that knocks out homophobia.


Netherlands / 2016 / 8 min. | Directed by: Kuba Szutkowski and Edgar Kapp

(In Dutch with English subtitles)
Lost and without any charge left on his phone, a mild-mannered cake delivery man gets more than directions and battery power at a husky mechanic’s garage.

Breaking Fast

USA / 2015 / 18 min. | Directed by: Mike Mosallam

(In English with Arabic with some English subtitles)
On the holiest night during the month of Ramadan, Mo, a practicing Muslim reluctantly attends his best friend’s birthday party, where he unexpectedly meets Kal, an all-American hunk.


USA / 2015 / 4 min. | Directed by: Aron Kantor

In a world where fetish is the norm, the true nature of deviance stands out.

Alex And Eric Forever

Spain / 2015 / 11 min. | Directed by: Leo Adef

(In Spanish with English subtitles)
Alex and Eric can’t get their hands off each other. Both are hot and sexy with amazing chemistry. What could possibly be the problem?


UK / 2016 / 22 min. | Directed by: Brendon McDonall

Leon and Felix are strangers on a plane who find they have an uncommon connection. But seizing the moment requires they first have to resist playing out their entire future in their heads.

Killer Friends

USA / 2015 / 11 min. | Directed by: Zach Noe Towers and Tina Carbone

Four friends go on a camping trip that one won’t be coming back from alive.

Time Quest

USA / 2014 / 7 min. | Directed by: John Dilley

The year is 2047. Humanity is on the verge of extinction. One man has been chosen to be the first to attempt time travel. The only chance for survival rests on his shoulders. However, he has other plans.

The Glory Hole

USA / 2014 / 4 min. | Directed by: Daniel Maggio

Learn the heartwarming love story of how Jeff and Cosgrove met 22 years ago at a San Francisco “bookstore.”

These C*cksucking Tears

USA / 2015 / 15 min. | Directed by: Dan Taberski

Meet Patrick Haggerty, the man behind the world’s first and only gay-themed country music album, Lavender Country, 40 years after its release.


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