Iris trans shorts
Still from Birthday Boy, part of Iris Trans Shorts for Queer Vision 2022

Iris Trans Shorts

Queer Vision 2022

This year Festival includes an extra selection of the Best of Iris with this incredible collection of Trans Short Films showcasing bravery, hardship, acceptance and love.

God's Daughter Dances (12A) | 24mins | Iris Prize 2021 HIGHLY COMMENDED

Director: Sungbin Byun

A transgender female dancer, Shin-mi, gets a call from the Military Manpower Administration, to attend the Military Service Examination. Shin-mi, with everything in readiness, takes her steps to the Military Manpower Administration.

Pop (15) | 21mins | Iris Prize Best British 2021 HIGHLY COMMENDED

Director: Margo Roe

Jack is a young boy exploring his own identity when he befriends a recently released ex-convict, Pop. The pair bond, but Pop's past and his inability to control his emotions threaten to put Jack in danger.

BIRTHDAY BOY (15) | 20mins | COOP Audience Award for Best Iris Prize Short

Director: Leo Lebeau

Experiencing bullying at a private all girls school, Alex lives a double life in online games where he feels he can express his true identity. Excitedly planning a digital birthday party, the bullying takes a violent turn and we experience these tragic events through memories as he reflects from a hospital bed.

With an introduction from the Queer Vision Team.

These shorts are presented as part of a double bill with Death and Bowling, which will be shown after a short break.

Join Harriet Taylor every last Sunday of the month in Waterside 3 for Trans and Non-Binary Creatives Meet Up.


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Audio Description
BSL
BSL interpretation
Baby
Baby screening
Bite
Cinébites meal deal
CTBA
Certificate to be announced
D
Dubbed
DS
Descriptive Subtitling
Intro
Introductory Talk
PR Intro
Pre-recorded Intro
PR QA
Pre-recorded Q&A
PS
Partially Subtitled
QA
Q&A Session
R
Recorded
RS
Relaxed Screening
S
Subtitled
SD
25% Socially Distanced screening
Times TBC
To be confirmed