Monday, October 13, 7:30 PM at the Harris Theater
These brief films use humor, music and drama to explore the experiences of lesbians and bisexual women.
(Germany; 2012; 7 min)
Director: Fabian Wallenfels
Stefanie attends her friend’s bachelorette party, but it is not a man who sparks her interest.
(Junggesellin) (Germany; 2012; 15 min)
Director: Anna Linke
An aging diva luxuriates in a five-star hotel suite with her much younger lover, but an argument between the women carves deep emotional wounds — with surprising results. In German with English subtitles.
(US; 2013; 14 min)
Director: Erin Sanger
Gender identity is explored in this thought-provoking short about a girl who feels so much like a boy that she changes her look to spend time with the guys.
(UK; 2012; 3 min.)
Directors: Diana Juhr de Benedetti & Andromeda Godfrey
A night of no-strings-attached fun may be more tangled that it appears for the two women involved.
(Poland; 2013; 21 min.)
Director: Filip Gieldon
One simple act — a kiss — is the only thing a woman remembers with any certainty after waking up alone in a stranger’s bed. In Polish with English subtitles.
(Spain; 2012; 15 min.)
Director: Eli Navarro
The woman living next door often does good deeds, but one act of neighborliness gets very personal. In Spanish with English subtitles.
The Other Woman
(Senegal; 2013; 13 min.)
Director: Marie Ka
A Senegalese tradition meets modern life when two women share much more than the same husband. In French with English subtitles.
What’s Your Sign?
(US; 2013; 6 min.)
Directors: Rebby Kern, Reese Mortis & Alex Siow
An art gallery opening leads to some interesting fantasies for two women conversing in sign language.