Director: Carly Usdin, USA, 13 Minutes
A college freshman, recently diagnosed with OCD, tries to escape from her own issues, as well as from her unrequited crush in this winning queer comedy from the director of Suicide Kale.
Director: Romme Villa, Australia, 15 Minutes
In a magical world, children bond with teddy bears that transform with age into the perfect human life partner. An optimistic and strong-willed young woman faces a turning point when her teddy mate’s transformation subverts expectations from her family and society.
Director: Rohan Reddy, UK, 12 Minutes
Conservative Robyn is captivated by her outspoken, rebellious classmate Isabella at an all girls school. When an unexpected bond forms between them, Robyn is forced to face her repressed sexuality.
Director: Saron Ardern-Sodje, USA, 2 Minutes
Despite their attraction to one another, two women struggle to make the first move. That is, until they are faced with a physical manifestation of their feelings for one another; a force of attraction that draws everything around in towards it.
Director: Emily Shir Segal, Israel, 15 Minutes, Subtitled
Tonight Tom comes over to meet her younger girlfriend’s group of friends for the first time. As the evening unfolds, she discovers a different side of herself, her girlfriend, and their relationship, when confronted with her friends. At the end of the night, she’ll have to make a choice.
JUST CALL ME RIPLEY
Director: Shannon Noll, USA, 44 Minutes
Just Call Me Ripley is a coming out story where nobody cries! This comedic web series centers on Ripley who’s group of diverse, queer, wacky friends will support her no matter what she decides about her sexuality – but that doesn’t always make things easier… (Ok maybe there’s a little crying).