Join us for a night of uplifting and powerful LGBTQ+ short films made by female identifying filmmakers as part of Peterborough Pride – UK at Metal Peterborough on the 4th of July at 7:30pm.
Where We Are Now
Directed by Lucie Rachel
A personal insight into the changing relationship between a young woman and her transgender parent. Reflecting on their relationship with a newfound openness and sharing experiences of coming out, they wonder what the future looks like now the decision to transition has been made. Made as part of Bridging the Gap, a themely film fund from the Scottish Documentary Institute.
Produced by Kate Jessop
A collaboration between 14 animators and a celebration of queer figures in both historical and contemporary times who have helped push forward arts, politics or science. Each animator was given a hero to animate, passing on their last frame to the next animator to form their first frame and so on.
Directed by Ellie Foumbi
Adapted from Jeffrey James Keyes’ one-act play (The Biltmore Academy), parents are at odds with what to do when their 6-year old son is sent home from school for wearing a dress.
Directed by Rebecca Shoptow
Inspired by the LGBT fans deserve better movement, Happy Endings explores 3 new queer relationships.
Rock and Riot
by Chelsey Furedi
This is a sweet animated pilot for Chelsey Furedi’s comic series of the same name.
Directed by Melissa Martens
Nasser struggles with their gender identity and the expectations of being seen as female after they have their first period.
Can’t wait to share these wonderful films with you all!