DisOrient 2022 Asian American Oregon

Shorts Program: LGBTQ+ Montage of Stories

Expired April 11, 2022 6:59 AM
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A kaleidoscope of LGBTQ+ stories. Experimental, inspiring, searching, celebrating. From a Hmong community in Minneapolis to poetic storytelling in Portland, OR; from LGBTQ+ history, to modern day trans and non-binary realities.

There are 5 films in this screening. After you watch the films, please cast your ballots for all films in this film block. You can find the ballot for each film under the viewing window by clicking on its title in the top right side of your screen.

Midnight Rhythms: In this conceptual, poetic narrative, a young gay man struggles with his sexual identity and spirals into the world of drunken facades and midnight afterthoughts, questioning who he is and if he's willing to take the risk to be his truest self where others can see.

  • Year
  • Runtime
    16 minutes
  • Language
  • Country
    United States
  • Premiere
  • Director
    Quincy Woo
  • Screenwriter
    Quincy Woo
  • Producer
    Avery Abigail
  • Cast
    Riku Toyohara, Nathanael Ayers
  • Cinematographer
    Peter Gregory
  • Editor
    Ty Cayatineto, Quincy Woo
  • Production Design
    Casey Hastings
  • Composer
    James Gameboy
  • Sound Design
    Matthew Johnson