Iris Prize LGBT+ Film Festival 2020

We'll Be Fine: Iris Prize 1

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4 films in package
The Victoria Amazónica is the only plant capable of changing shape and sex. Ana has gone to her ex-husband's florist to ask her not to go to the meeting they have at her daughter's school, they haven't seen each other for months and the reunion brings with them good and bad memories, everything they lived together seems like a Lie. She needs answers.
The Way We Are.
The Way We Are shares excerpts of stories from audio interviews with 4 queer Asian women: Katherine Chun, Wenda LI, Tamai Kobayashi and Nancy Seto. Told in the present-tense, these stories are arranged in a way that explores the past as the present and in doing so immersing viewers into the real-lived experiences from a different generation. This film was inspired by the intimacy of looking through a photo album with loved ones; there is something nostalgic about the materiality of handling photographs especially in this digital era where images are so increasingly ubiquitous. The act of sharing photos around a living room is a such physical and emotional reflection on the importance of community and family history.
Selma After The Rain.
Selma is a trans woman who built her life away from the family. One day she gets a call to go to her elderly mother, who suffers from Alzheimer's and needs treatment. In this encounter, lost in confused memories, the two women remember forgotten pains and desires, and revisit lost guilt and affection.
A hook-up between two men, they make a connection but it quickly becomes apparent that they’re looking for different things.
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Difficult journeys lead to cathartic new beginnings and signs of hope just when they’re needed, in these four stories that say no matter what, “We are here, and we’re going to be okay.”

This is the story of a first meeting and, at the same time, of a reunion. It's the story of the moment when Ana sees Clara for the first time

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    Daniel Toledo Saura
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    Daniel Toledo Saura
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