Queer Vision - When I Saw Her

Queer Vision - When I Saw Her

classified 18

Please note: This was screened in April 2015

60 mins, 2014, Various

Bristol Pride presents the launch of a brand new film festival - Queer Vision - with fresh, exciting partnerships and even more truly inspiring award winning films to watch on the big screen.

Curated by Bristol Pride, Queer Vision strives to bring you the very best and latest feature film releases in LGBT+ cinema, now with the addition of award-winning short films and animation that will screen throughout the year.

Queer Vision launches on Sat 25 and Sun 26 April with three short film programmes showcasing a unique selection of funny, touching, shocking and insightful shorts from Cardiff’s Iris Prize LGBT film festival. Be sure to check out the The Love of Men on Sun 26 April and Iris Prize on Sat 25 April.

The programme lineup includes:

  • Zebra -Julia Ocker, Germany, 3m - One day the zebra ran against a tree… A wonderful animation that shows us difference is to be celebrated.
  • Living in the Overlap -Cindy Hill, Mary Dolton, USA, 2013, 25m - The improbably true story of two girls growing up in Brooklyn in the 1940s, falling in love in the Midwest, and making a life together including sequences shot during their efforts to defeat North Carolina’s anti-gay marriage amendment.
  • Siren -Louise Marie Cooke, UK, 23m - Set in a quintessential British seaside town; Elizabeth, an English rose, falls for Sirena, an exotic and sensuous visiting Spanish woman.
  • Bombshell -Erin Sanger, USA, 14m - Ten year-old tomboy Daisy must weigh her loyalty to her trusted older brother as the two siblings become complicit in a hate crime on the Fourth of July.
  • Das Phallometre -Tor Iben, Germany, 7m - A refugee is taken into custody at an open border crossing, where admitting to being gay he is subjected to an absurd entry examination.
  • Disaster Preparedness -Melissa Finell, USA, 2014, 15m - With a hurricane racing toward New York City, a couple decides to wait out the storm in the safety of their apartment. But their home turns hostile when Becca uncovers a secret that Rose has been keeping from her.
  • Queer Vision is partnered by Watershed and FAN SWWM.

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