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HIGHLIGHTS & VIDEOS: February 2019 LGBT FEEDBACK Film Festival

AUDIENCE AWARD WINNERS:

BEST FILM: BO & MEI

BEST PERFORMANCES: SHE’S MARRYING STEVE

BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY: BODIES OF WATER

BEST MUSIC: SHE’S MARRYING STEVE

Watch the Audience FEEDBACK Videos: 92 more words

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SORRY FOR THE INCONVENIENCE Short Film - Audience FEEDBACK from the LGBT Feb. 2019 Toronto Fest

SORRY FOR THE INCONVENIENCE, 11min., Philippines, LGBT/Drama

Directed by Carl Chavez

JOSHUA, a timid teenager, comes home one night after beaten up by the school’s bully. 48 more words

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SHE’S MARRYING STEVE Short Film - Audience FEEDBACK from the LGBT Feb. 2019 Toronto Fest

SHE’S MARRYING STEVE, 22min, USA, LGBT/Comedy

Directed by Erika Kramer

A 20-something woman gets invited to her ex-girlfriend’s wedding to a man and decides to go. 43 more words

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RELIGION Short Film - Audience FEEDBACK from the LGBT Feb. 2019 Toronto Fest

RELIGION, 4min, UK, LGBT/Drama

Directed by Camille Liu Nock

Made in collaboration with the UK’s leading LGBTQ charity Stonewall, Religion is a short film that highlights the struggle some people of colour face when reconciling their sexuality with their religious background. 12 more words

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HIM Short Film - Audience FEEDBACK from the LGBT Feb. 2019 Toronto Fest

HIM, 8min., USA, LGBT/Documentary

Directed by Daniel Montoya

A look into the life of a transgender rights activist, Ethan, as he fights for equality in conservative Texas. 12 more words

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EXPIRATION DATE Short Film - Audience FEEDBACK from the LGBT Feb. 2019 Toronto Fest

EXPIRATION DATE, 7min., USA, LGBT/Romance

Directed by P.J. Norton

Luke and Michael have been dating for three years. In the morning, Luke is moving to San Francisco. Michael is not.

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BODIES OF WATER Short Film - Audience FEEDBACK from the LGBT Feb. 2019 Toronto Fest

BODIES OF WATER, 14min., USA, LGBT/Drama

Directed by David Lykes Keenan

It’s 1982, Marsh is 24 years old, and he struggles with a tormenting secret. Feeling disconnected human relationships others take for granted, Marsh treads water in the often painful doldrums of everyday life. 12 more words

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