CinemaQ 2018 Shorts Program | Denver Film Society

CinemaQ 2018 Shorts Program

91 min

Showtimes

  • Saturday 7/21
  • 2:00 PM Sie FilmCenter Buy Tickets
  • Overview

    Saturday, July 21st, 2:00pm
    Sometimes good things come in small servings. CinemaQ presents our favorite short LGTB films of the past year. You might laugh or cry, but your attention span will not run out. Featuring a mix of styles, countries, and sexual identities, there’s a little something for everyone in these brief, yet proud tales.

    Films in Program...

    The Layover

    The Layover

    After being delayed at the airport, a flight attendant hurries home to commemorate a meaningful anniversary.

    USA 2017 10 Min
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    Are We Good Parents?

    Are We Good Parents?

    When Lauren and Bill’s 14-year-old daughter says she’s going to her first dance with her classmate Ryan, they question their preconceived notions of her sexuality and their openness as parents.

    USA 9 Min
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    The Things You Think I'm Thinking

    The Things You Think I'm Thinking

    A black male burn-survivor and amputee goes on a date with a regularly-abled man. After the bar, they go back to his apartment, where he faces his demons as he attempts to experience intimacy for the first time since his accident, ten years ago.

    Canada 14 Min
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    The Sermon

    The Sermon

    In an isolated church community in the English countryside, a powerful hate preacher prepares to deliver a sermon to his flock, but his daughter has a secret that could destroy them all.

    United Kingdom 11 Min
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    I Like Girls

    I Like Girls

    First love is an intoxicating experience, but with it can come excruciating awkwardness, unrequited emotions, and confusing issues of identity. In her trademark playful style, Quebec cartoonist and animator Diane Obomsawin, a.k.a. Obom, adapts her latest graphic novel for the screen, using endearing

    Canada 8 Min
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    On My Way Out: The Secret Life of Nani and Popi

    On My Way Out: The Secret Life of Nani and Popi

    All families have secrets. Having survived the Holocaust, Nani and Popi raised a family in America, endeared themselves to a wide circle of friends, and built a successful business. Now at age 95, a deeply-held secret is revealed: Popi is gay, and finally free to explore his identity and seek the co

    USA 40 Min
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