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By turn poetic, humorous, heart-rending or purely imaginative, these affecting short films reveal how our bodies tell our story and shape our identity.
Woe is Me
Dir: Simon Cartwright
15 mins 58 secs
Teddy seeks help from a local therapy group. But the kind of help he is looking for is much more hands-on than what they’re used to…
Dir: Arman Fayaz
14 mins 02 secs
After the unexpected death of his wife, a man struggles to deal with the aftermath under the eyes of the local villagers.
Puppy Love (Nung Nawala Ang Aso Ko)
Dir: Margarita Mina
17 mins 39 secs
A young girl’s dog escapes and leaves her with an open wound in her vagina. Blood seeps out of it, unceasing.
Dir: Evi Tsiligaridou
7 mins 57 secs
A short documentary film-poem written and performed by radical British playwright Jo Clifford. It is a deeply moving, personal account of transgender embodiment in a lifetime.
Dir: Katarzyna Gondek
Poland / Belgium / Croatia 2017
A story about a hunter’s son, who was born with antlers, and about how each man kills the thing he loves.
Dir: Jamie Miller
16 mins 10 secs
After surviving an electrical fire that results in the amputation of his arms, a young actor named Prince must come to terms with being “differently-abled”.
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