Featured films for february 13th
Join the Pride Film Festival as we return for our fifth installment on February 13th. This month's themes explore love and desire.
Directed by Morgan Nichols, USA, 12 min.
After school, an unlikely pair of teens do an awkward social dance in a house with no parents.
Directed by Asia LeMasters, USA, 15 min.
Despite how pure love can be, relationships don’t always end so perfectly. The evolution of Hailey and Emma's relationship is explored through their collective memories as the girls retrace their times together. After their relationship ends, Hailey desperately goes to a great length to be with Emma again.
Directed by Kristin Beal, USA, 6 min.
Two friends must decide whether or not to confront their feelings for one another while locked in a closet during a game of spin the bottle.
Bride of Frankie
Directed by Devi Snively, USA, 19 min.
In this darkly comedic feminist nod to Mary Shelley's FRANKENSTEIN, a not-so-mad scientist builds a mate for her mentor's lonely creation with electrifying, and deadly results.
Directed by Shwenn Shunya Chang, USA, 14 min.
Looking for a lasting love seems like looking for a can without expiration date. This poetic animated story is about searching for an unexpired romance, a mélange of sexy fantasy and innocent love.
Teenage Threesome (Scheideweg)
Directed by Arkadij Khaet, Germany, 4 min.
One Boy, One Girl and her Stepbrother. A date goes wrong.
Directed by Cheryl Briggs, USA, 7 min.
Cuddlefish is the animated story of Viktor, a daring Viking on the adventure of a lifetime. His travels come to a grinding halt when he meets the adorable love-sick kraken, Kaimana, who falls in love with the anchor on Viktor's mighty ship. The two face off in an epic conflict of wit which teaches both of them that love is blind as far as the eye can "sea."
Directed by Siddharth Chauhan, India, 32 min.
A young boy learns about a technique of trapping birds from his old grandmother and starts practicing it on the person with whom he’s obsessed.