Pride and Prejudice Shorts Program
A series of documentary shorts.
A Big Fat Taiwanese Same-Sex Wedding
Larry, Tung, 2019, Taiwan, 4 min.
In celebration of becoming the first country in Asia to legalize same-sex marriage, Taiwan threw a big wedding banquet in front of its Presidential Office Building in Taipei.
Matt Scholten, 2020, Australia, 22 min.
Two generations of gay activism are demonstrated when young LGBTQI+ campaigner Sam Watson takes a road trip from Hobart to the North West to learn more about the history of Tasmania’s gay law reform with Rodney Croome.
No Man’s Land
Anna Andersen, Gabriella Canal, 2021, USA, 28 min.
The 1970s saw the birth of womyn’s lands, communities where lesbian separatists could live together, away from a patriarchal society. A handful of these womyn formed Alapine in rural Alabama, where no men are allowed.
Caro Comes Out
Brit Fryer, Caro Hernandez, 2020, USA, 12 min
This film is an experiment, but it’s also a comedy, but it’s also a short film about coming out to your entire Cuban family.
We Are Not Who They Say We Are
Manu Valcarce, 2020, Honduras/UK, 18 min.
Arcoiris is a group of LGBTQI+ human rights defenders in Honduras that has endured public abuse, stigmatization, threats, and attacks that go largely unpunished due to a prejudiced police force and judiciary.
William J. Zang, 2021, USA, 4 min.
A personal, poetic, documentary about a filmmaker’s experience as a gay Asian immigrant during the pandemic.
Let There Be Colour
Ado Hasanovic, 2019, Bosnia and Herzegovina, 15 min.
On September, 8 2019 Sarajevo hosts its first Pride March. But are the people in their country ready for this event?
Taiwan Pride for the World
Larry Tung, 2020, Taiwan, 3 min.
Last year, more than 400 pride events around the world were canceled because of the Covid-19 pandemic. But Taiwan was fighting the virus effectively and decided to host a pride parade for the world.
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