International Bisexual Shorts

Monday, June 5, 22:15 Cinematheque 2

Tickets are available at 03-6060800 ext. 9
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70 min
Introduction: Curator Dr. Pablo Utin

Why Should I Give a Shit About Bisexuals
Dir: Korina Birosh, Jordan Blower, Alexandra Hanson
U.S., 2016, 11 min., English, no subtitles

Three men who participated in the successful #StillBisexual campaign come out as bi, telling stories of confronting violence, unrequited love, and lack of acceptance by gays and lesbians.

ID#1: WRITER
Dir: Emília Ondriašová, Adriana Pirošková
Slovakia, 2016, 3 min., Slovak with English subtitles

The author has smelled more than the sweet smell of success; she has also taken in the stuffy scent of air-conditioned rooms in a house where the windows simply do not open.

Choke Hold
Dir: R.W. Gray
Canada, 2016, 13 min., English, no subtitles

Two friends realize that sometimes you must go a step too far to confront your orientation.

ID#3: Burlesque Dancer
Dir: Emília Ondriašová, Adriana Pirošková
Slovakia, 2016, 3 min., Slovak with English subtitles

Even after establishing the first Slovak school of Burlesque, and having given confidence to dozens of students, she still finds it hard to come to terms with what truly defines her.

Climax
Dir: Fulvio Balmer Rebullida
Switzerland, 2016, 15 min., French with English subtitles

Larry meets Cléo at a bar. They return home together. He did not expect what he saw between her legs. This leads him to a journey of self-discovery at a hot sex party, where he will explore his sexual preferences and identities.

Aidos
Dir: R.W. Gray
Canada, 2016, 5 min., English, no subtitles

Twenty-one different people declared their love for Ben. After he passes away, the meaning of these declarations comes into question.

Mario, Kike and David
Dir: Miguel Lafuente
Spain, 2016, 19 min, Spanish with English subtitles

Mario and Kike meet through a dating app. What was supposed to be a one-night stand turns into an entirely different thing.