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DANIEL TALBOTT | ÉTATS-UNIS / USA | 2021 | 6 MIN | V.O.A. / ENGLISH
Synopsis:Ten months into the pandemic, day is for sleeping and night is for wandering alone and aimless on the East Side of Los Angeles. A young man reminisces about the loss of a great love, his tidal thoughts spilling out like water. A spare, meditative study on the unending isolation of COVID 19.
Buzzcut Make me the Moon, Make my Body Internet
GRANT GULCZYNSKI | ROYAUME-UNI / UNITED KINGDOM | 2021 | 15 MIN | V.O.A. / ENGLISH
Synopsis: Playfully examines the queer millennial shift into online dating, pop-astrology philosophy and the ever present effects of a pandemic that has stripped us of touch, Buzzcut, Make me the Moon, Make my Body Internet is a reflection of modern gay romance.
HARRY LIGHTON, MARCO ALESSI & MATTHEW JACOBS MORGAN | ROYAUME-UNI / UNITED KINGDOM | 2019 | 8 MIN | V.O.A. / ENGLISH
Synopsis: Tam gets on the first tube home alone. In just a crop-top and high-waisted jeans, he feels conspicuous. So he plugs in his earphones and begins reliving his Halloween night out via his phone.
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