A series of short-films, animations and photography celebrating identity, otherness, acceptance and belonging.
Throughout November, SHOUT @ Millennium Point will be screening a range of specially programmed LGBT shorts. The programme will include animated and short films exploring science, technology, and the digital world around us. Best of all… IT’S FREE!
The programme will include:
IT GETS BETTER, 2013 by Eli Guerron
A visual poem about discovering who and where we want to be
MEDIEVAL, 2010 by Eli Sylvie
A charming animated short turning a classic fairy tale concept on its head in world where heroic deeds and declarations save the day
PLUGIN, 2010 by Sergio di Bitetto
The traditions of unity in a mechanical city are challenged in this animated short
WE MAKE, WE LOVE, WE EXIST, 2013 by Marta Kochanek-Gibson
This photography exhibition focuses on LGBT parenting and aims to create a positive image of same-sex parent families raising happy and healthy children
HIGH HEELS AREN’T COMPLUSORY, 2015 dir. Annabelle Cooper
It’s the first day of a new term as a University lecturer starts her first day as a trans woman (discretion advised contains instances of moderate language)
GENDER BLENDING, 2013 by Nick Hynan
Examining how recent generations use drag and dressing up to challenge, subvert and entertain