Iris Prize LGBT+ Film Festival 2021


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Three very different films that take on the occasionally tense relationships between LGBT+ people and their families. In Do I Know You? a mysterious stranger turns up at the home of a lesbian mother and her daughter. The Binding of Itzik delves into the surprising online life of an orthodox Jewish bookbinder, while his brother and sister-in-law attempt to play matchmaker. And in the heart-breaking You Will Still Be Here Tomorrow a gay man must come out to his elderly father again and again.

Tair ffilm wahanol iawn sy'n ymgymryd â'r perthnasoedd amserol rhwng pobl LHDT+ a'u teuluoedd. Yn Do I Know You? mae dieithryn dirgel yn troi i fyny yng nghartref mam lesbiaidd a'i merch. Mae The Binding of Itzik yn ymchwilio i fywyd rhyfeddol arlein rhwymwr llyfrau Iddewig uniongred, tra bod ei frawd a'i chwaer-yng-nghyfraith yn ceisio chwarae bod yn drefnwyr priodas. Ac yn y torcalonnus You Will Still Be Here Tomorrow rhaid i ddyn hoyw ddod allan at ei dad oedrannus dro ar ôl tro. 

Aiden returns to his family home to visit his father, who is suffering from the late stages of Alzheimer’s disease. Though he came out years earlier, and is accompanied by his husband, the process of coming out and earning his father’s respect must begin again and again.

Mae Aiden yn dychwelyd i gartref ei deulu i ymweld â’i dad, sy’n dioddef o gamau hwyr clefyd Alzheimer. Er iddo ddod allan flynyddoedd ynghynt, ac mae ei ŵr wedi dod gydag ef, rhaid i’r broses o ddod allan ac ennill parch ei dad ddechrau dro ar ôl tro.

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    Michael Hanley