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A heartwarming LGBTQ+ love story that spans over six decades, between two Land Army girls during World War II. A partly silent film, accompanied by a beautiful score, starring BAFTA award-winning actresses Miriam Margolyes, and fifties film legend, Virginia Mckenna.
My God, I'm Queer.
Can you be Muslim and gay? A bereaved fiancé goes on a deeply personal journey to prevent the tragedy from ever happening again. In 2014, Matt's fiancé and soulmate of 13 years, Naz, took his own life two days after being confronted about being gay by his Muslim family. In this film Matt goes on a journey to try and understand the challenges of what it's like to be queer and Muslim... in the hope of preventing another young LGBTQ+ person taking their own life.
When in Rome (Paese Che Vai).
Set in a small town in the Italian countryside, a young and handsome Alfredo returns home after a long time along with his partner Mattia, an African American man. After meeting Alfredo's grandmother, the sweet and crazy Donna Maria, the pair go to see Alfredo's father, Sor Pucci. Alfredo must break the news to his old-fashioned father about his secret. Little did he know his secret will churn into a series of unexpected comic events. This tongue-in-cheek comedy runs parallels alongside on the choices we make.
Summertime in a remote Macedonian village. A group of children discover a killed snake by the lake shore. The bully among them - Yovan, picks it and chases the others with it. To protect his friends, Mario throws a stone at Yovan, then climbs to a balcony of a stranger’s house to hide from him. It gets dark, but Yovan has no intention to leave Mario alone. Stuck on the balcony, Mario has no choice but to wait. Suddenly, pink lights flicker over Mario’s face. He approaches the windows and looks inside the house. He sees an eccentric queer man Borche, wearing a hat with strange glimmering horns and a white snake crawling on it. He takes selfies with his phone. He notices Mario at the window when he goes over the photos. When he realizes that Mario is hiding from his bully friend, he walks him home. A couple of days later, Mario plays with his friends at the basement of their house, trying on his mother’s old dresses. He is just putting her wedding dress on, when she shows up at the door. They run away from her through the window only to be cornered by his dad in the backyard. Later that night, Mario gets a good beating by his dad for acting like a girl. His mom cries and asks him if he is gay. The next day, Mario is forced to work in the field to man up. He sees a snake in the grass and throws a stone at it. That night, Borche is ambushed by the kids from the neighbourhood, lead by Mario. They all throw stones at him and call him „faggot“. As he tries to run away from them, a large stone hits him in the head and he falls to the ground. The kids get scared and run away. Mario stops and looks back at Borche. He realizes he has done something terrible. He walks back to him, appologizes and helps him get up. Borche forgives him.
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This selection of LGBT+ films from around the world has been specially programmed by a group of young people from Into Film and Pride Cymru. All of these films will be in the running for the 2020 Youth Jury Award, which is voted for by young people from schools across Wales.

A heartwarming LGBTQ+ love story that spans over six decades, between two Land Army girls during World War II.

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    18 minutes
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  • Director
    Jamie Weston
  • Screenwriter
    Carla Fraser & Jamie Weston
  • Producer
    Carla Fraser & Jamie Weston