Conflict can be closer to home than you think. A chance encounter helps a woman to come to terms with her roots; the glamourous world of advertising is the backdrop for a meditation on masculinity and desire; couples counselling with a twist following an emotionally abusive relationship; a battle between identity and the approval of a team-mate; an ache for a love that could have been; and a spiral of shame, guilt, and Grindr leads to tragedy. These powerful films are exquisitely executed and sometimes hard to watch, as difficult yet essential issues are explored.
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Gall gwrthdaro fod yn agosach at gartref nag yr ydych chi’n ei feddwl. Mae cyfarfyddiad siawns yn helpu menyw i ddod i delerau â’i gwreiddiau; byd hudolus hysbysebu yw’r cefndir ar gyfer myfyrdod ar wrywdod ac awydd; cwnsela cyplau gyda thro yn dilyn perthynas ymosodol emosiynol; brwydr rhwng hunaniaeth a chymeradwyaeth cyd-chwaraewr; ysu am gariad a allai fod wedi bod; ac mae cywilydd, euogrwydd, a Grindr yn arwain at drasiedi. Mae’r ffilmiau pwerus hyn wedi cael eu creu’n goeth ac weithiau’n anodd eu gwylio, gan fod materion anodd ond hanfodol yn cael eu harchwilio.
Del, a workaholic struggling with her mental health, wants to escape the numbness consuming her. After experiencing an attempted assault by her colleague, she has a chance encounter with Sami, a homeless undocumented man from Nigeria. Del begins to question what she stands for and starts to come to terms with her own immigrant roots.
On the set of a luxury car commercial, an overlooked assistant seizes his chance to get noticed by the star. Filmed entirely on and around a Virtual Production Stage, THE TALENT is a lyrical meditation on masculinity, desire and becoming.
In the aftermath of an emotionally abusive relationship, a man seeks couples counselling with a sock puppet likeness of his ex-boyfriend, Malcolm.
A talented footballer is forced to battle between his secret passion for voguing and the fear of his teammate’s disapproval.
80-year-old Betty waits for her true love, Jean. She remembers their painful break-up in 1960’s Liverpool. She wasn’t brave enough to be with a woman. Will their love be rekindled?
Gay and lonely, Lloyd is on a shame-fuelled, Grindr-addicted spiral into tragedy.