Iris on the Move 2023

New Iris Production Films

These three new films made by winners of the Iris Prize and a community production are a celebration of LGBTQ+ lives. Each is an example of excellence in storytelling and together the programme is sure to make you cry and laugh.
This programme is 50 mins long.

50 Minutes

New Iris Production Films:

A Beautiful Form To See (PG) | Dir. Lara Zeidan | 8 Mins

A Beautiful Form to See (starring Alicia Agneson) is a short film where a young woman gets trapped in her fantasy inside a Kaleidoscope. This is the 11th film made with the Iris Prize sponsored by The Michael Bishop Foundation.

I Shall Be Whiter Than Snow (PG) | Dir. Frederick Stacey | 17 Mins

This short film is based on the true story of a lesbian couple, Kim and Roseann, who were married at Velindre Hospital, Cardiff in 2018 whilst Kim was receiving treatment for cancer. This emotional film is a touching love story between two women and a celebration of the amazing staff who work for our NHS and the importance of compassionate care. The film stars Rebecca Harries and Lynn Hunter, supported by a cast of NHS professionals.

Cardiff (15) | Dir. Sarah Smith (winner of the 2019 Iris Prize) | 25 Mins

Perpetually single, Frederick envies his fabulous gay friend Joe, who seems to have a never-ending supply of paramours despite being happily married himself. But when Frederick’s meddling mother arrives for a visit, she thrusts him into a forbidden romance, and a series of unforeseen betrayals hilariously expose some carefully held secrets. The film stars Welsh Icon Ruth Madoc!

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