Keep your eye out for this new talent. All films in this selection were made by our IQMF Academy participants and alumni.
Brazil, the first week of 2019. A new president takes office in a scenario of fanaticism, prejudice, and violence. Locked in a hotel room, two teenagers decide to change the course of their lives before it’s too late.
Dir. Popo Fan, Experimental art, China, 2019, 15 min.
Language: Chinese, subtitles in English.
Ting is a young professional living in Beijing. His new boyfriend Mark loves him dearly, but he finds it difficult to commit to the relationship as there is a secret that is difficult to share: he has a fetish for Mark’s teeth.
Collecting spellings, poems, questions and songs this animated poem portraits rejection, rupture, reflection and love.
Dir. by Marthe Djilo Kamga, Experimental Art, Belgium, 2019, 19 min.
Language: French, subtitles in English
In this experimental short is part of Frieda Ekotto’s visual research project Vibrancy of Silence: Archiving the Images and Cultural Production of Sub-Saharan African Women on African women as the unsung heroines of artistic and cultural production.
Dir. by Zara Zandieh, Experimental documentary, Germany, 2018, 20 minutes.
Language: German, Hebrew, Persian, subtitles in English.
Four queer migrants in Berlin share their different perspectives on the meaning of happiness.
Dir. by Bassem Ben Brahim, Animation, Tunisia, 2019, 6 min.
Vibrant, musical animation of the life of a homosexual boy, his childhood, his first love and his fights with his family, society and the law while he defends his freedom with his life.
Janus is a spiritual journey exploring the life of a young queer in the heart of the mexican vogue scene.