Things are not always what they seem in the world of girls who like girls and this year’s edition of international, award-winning short films proves that in spades.
A quest to get back what is missing.
Crush is a coming of age film about a girl’s first crush.
An accidental meeting in an elevator at a department store leads two older women to their limits and forces them to improvise when the elevator gets stuck.
After a two-year absence and a recent stint in rehab, Fran (Emmy-winner Tatiana Maslany, Orphan Black) returns to face the emotional fallout of her disappearance and make amends with the girlfriend and the brother she left behind.
A woman trapped in a marriage finds solace in memories of her past that hold a secret she’s never shared with anyone.
Four women reveal the nitty-gritty about their first loves, sharing funny and intimate tales of one-sided infatuation, mutual attraction, erotic moments, and fumbling attempts at sexual expression in Obomsawin’s (a.k.a. Obom) playful adaptation of her latest graphic novel.
A short musical set in a 40s candy shop. Penny, the owner must make the difficult decision to either expand her business or stay to pursue the love of beekeeper, Charlie, the inspiration behind her sweets.
WO|LF follows the story of Ash, a heart broken lesbian that decides to continue to a cider soaked cabin party without her girlfriend after yet another break up. Ash tries her hardest not to be a buzzkill while surrounded by a collection of gorgeous queers.