The scene is set, familiar and unfamiliar at once. Two men engaged in a gaze magnetic enough to lock their lips and pull them to stand. What does this kiss serve? Is it passion, connection, expression, obligation? Maybe it’s all of it and more, or nothing more than touch.
Ribadit (pulling in the belt) was a tradition in the Sápmi village of Guovdageaidnu. This film introduces us to two elders who experienced this. Director Elle Sofe gives this old tradition new life in an unexpected way, along with Sápmi youths and dancers.
In 2016, gay Chinese skateboarder and artist Jeffrey Cheung, founded Unity Skateboarding with his partner, Gabriel Ramirez. Unity seeks to give visibility and create safe spaces for queer skateboarders amidst the dominating presence of heteromasculinity in mainstream culture. Unity’s popularity h...
The Rain addresses how lack of accountability for our actions pushes us to thoughtlessly follow the crowd, which may lead to tragedy. It depicts a struggle of an individual with collective hypnosis and the consequences for both the individual and the crowd.
After messaging a girl on his smartphone, a man suspects he is a victim of ghosting.
ABOUT THE DIRECTOR:
Lasse Holdhus was born in 1991 in Stavanger, Norway. He began his studies in film directing at Deutsche Film- und Fernsehakademie Berlin (DFFB) in 2013, and has been active in filmmaking sinc...
A lullaby before the great disaster. Two pigeons visit a zoo without animals, a snail measures his blood pressure at the doctor, in the CERN laboratory something has gone terribly wrong. Six moments from our age, like memories of the world we leave behind.