Trailer | New Queer Visions: Lust In Translation

A compilation of short films exploring first love, revenge, new beginnings and more are unwrapped in the first of this exciting series of compilations, programmed by the New Queer Visions Film Festival strand. SHIMI dir. Kate Maveau (Belgium): Keely is a lonely 16 year old teenager under the thumb of Sarah, a girl from her […]

A Right For All

“A Right For All” is a documentary film about everyday people seeking the equal right to love. This documentary was produced by Salt Lake Community College film students during the Spring 2015 semester. 0 0

Trailer | Girl on Girl: An Original Documentary

Trailer | Girl on Girl: An Original Documentary – Unlike any documentary film to date, Girl on Girl focuses its lens on the lives of feminine lesbians, and invites the audience to discover what life is like for women whose identity is incessantly trivialized and stigmatized, both outside of and within queer spaces. Girl on […]

Short Film | Pie

Sam Wilkes MicroProduction. Part of a series of short films which explore LGBTQ stories. My desire is for these microproductions to be diverse in subject matter, vision, style, and message. There is not a singular way to tell the stories of such a diverse community and these shorts simply seek to take snapshots of lives. […]

Stand Up at Work!

The Stand Up at Work is a joint campaign by BeLonG To & the Irish Congress of Trade Unions that encourages everyone in the workplace to take a stand against homophobia & transphobia. Find our more about Stand Up at Work and your employment rights on: http://www.belongto.org/campaign.aspx?contentid=11092 BeLonG To – www.belongto.org Irish Congress of Trade […]

Gay and Lesbian Refugees in South Africa: ‘We Thought You’d Accept Us’

A new video from Atlantic Philanthropies shows that despite written law; tolerance and acceptance do not come easily to those living in Africa; and in particular South Africa. Synopsis  Gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender and inter-sex Africans seek asylum and refuge in South Africa, where the Constitution promises equal rights. Tolerance and acceptance, however, does not […]