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Revelations

Revelations

Kus Me Zachtjes (Kissing Me Softly)

Belgium, 2012, 15 min

Language:Dutch with English & Russian subtitles

DIRECTOR: Anthony Schatteman

17-year-old Jasper lives in a very grey small town in a family where he cannot be himself. Faced with the daunting questions of adolescence, to everyones surprise, he makes a bold and public statement.

Ta av mig (Undress Me)

Sweden, 2013, 15 min

Language: Swedish with English & Russian subtitles

DIRECTOR: Victor Lindgren

When transgender Mikaela meets a handsome guy in a bar whos more than a little interested in her, they leave together the start of a very interesting evening of exploration for each of them.

Award:

2013 Best Short, Teddy Award, Berlin International Film Festival

The Signature

Israel, 2012, 15min

Language: Hebrewh with English & Russian subtitles

DIRECTOR: Boaz Foster

Yotam, a successful Israeli footballer, finds out that his ticket to glory comes at heavy price, especially for those close to him.

O Pacote (The Package)

Brazil, 2012, 18 min

Language: Spanish with Russian & English subtitles

DIRECTOR: Rafael Aidar

Two Brazilian schoolboys form an instant attachment and soon realize that theirs is no ordinary friendship. If they want to be together, theres one irreversible thing they must address.

Junggesellin (Bachelorette)

Germany, 2012, 15 min

Language: German with English & Russian subtitles

DIRECTOR: Anna Linke

At a friends hen party, Stefanie takes the bold step to be herself, going against the expectations of her all friends.

Stigma

USA, 2012, 25min

Language:English with Russian subtitles

DIRECTOR:Phil Schwartz, USA, 2012, 25min

Peter's view of the world changes when he receives life-altering news. Feeling his humanity like never before, Peter sets out on a journey of self-discovery and acceptance.

For Dorian

Canada, 2012, 16 min

Language: English with Russian subtitles

DIRECTOR:Rodrigo Barriuso

A father fears the sexual awakening of his disabled son, a teenager living with Down syndrome, and struggles with the notion of letting him grow up.

Award:

2013 Best Short, Inside Out Film Festival in Toronto