LGBTQI in Film

Celebrating the best of #LGBTQI Voices in film.

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    Directed by Susanne Serres, Zaya follows its titular character who is a contemporary dancer and has just realized her love for her dance partner Nadege. But first she must realize her love for herself, overcoming her fears and opening up about who she is to her mother. #LoveIsLove


    Eighteen-year-old Jasper is madly in love with his art teacher. Overcome with confusion and longing, Jasper takes to following his teacher and his new girlfriend wherever they go. In 2012 I made the short films 'Kiss Me Softly' - this short picks up the life of Jasper, as he tries to find a way growing up. You can watch 'Kiss Me Softly' online via Hope you like my shorts. Curious to find out what the audience thinks here.

    Princess Jack

    Jack is not your typical 10-year-old boy. His closet is jam-packed with dresses, his room stacked with hats and wigs, and every surface is covered with makeup. Princess Jack is a short documentary that gives a glimpse into Jack’s world, an autistic boy whose life is filled with fairytales. The story follows Jack as he sews his very own princess ball gown, tailored for the Royal Ball. This film is an intimate portrait of a unique and intelligent child, immersed in his own world, and fully supported by his caring family, dance instructors and sewing teacher.

    The Girl in the Green Dress

    A surreal drama set in the conservative world of America's 1950s housewives, exploring themes of modern feminism and sexual liberation. Contemporary dance is intertwined with narrative, blurring the lines between reality and fantasy. For more information please visit:


    BRIX AND THE BITCH RT: 09:58 Genre: Drama/Action/Romance/LGBTQ Production Company: Amfran Entertainment Synopsis: Trapped in a seedy and illegal fight club, one woman's only chance for escape is to win a brutal brawl against the one person she refuses to harm. -Crew- Director/Writer: Nico Raineau Producers: Kristen Murtha, Russell Hadaya, Nico Raineau -Cast- The Bitch: Dre Swain Brix: Alex Marshall-Brown Big Top: David Carey Foster Barbarian: Tim Storms Bookie: Carlos Foglia


    Runaway lovers Marina and Adrienne dress as men to get work as on a fishing trawler, hoping to sail away to a new life. Far out at sea, a ferocious storm picks up, and childbirth, death and superstition are challenged by the power of love.

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