WATERSHED CINEMA 1
INCLUDED IN FESTIVAL PASS OR BUY SINGLE TICKETS
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
The young woman who committed suicide was carrying for bury to the holly tomb of the village.
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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