POUT Film Festival
Featuring new LGBT features and gay short films, the theme is ‘family’, with five titles celebrating the many different forms of family life in the 21st Century.
POUT is a touring and online film festival curated by Peccadillo Pictures and supported by the BFI.
Historical drama2015106 minsDirector: Mika Kaurismäki
Lush retelling of the story of lesbian monarch Queen Christina of Sweden, combining period drama with a deeply personal love story.
Science Fiction201518 minsDirector: Lloyd Eyre-Morgan
Tommy Knight (The Sarah Jane Adventures, Waterloo Road, Young Victoria) stars in this light-hearted drama as Henry, a teenager struggling with his sexuality in 1986.
Fantasy2015106 minsDirector: Alexandra-Therese Keining
Teenage friends get the chance to be boys for a while in this supernatural, genderqueer fantasy from the director of Kiss Me.
Biopic2015128 minsDirector: Neil Armfield
A sweepingly romantic adaptation of Timothy Conigrave’s best-selling memoir, an impassioned love letter to his partner, John Caleo.
Comedy201621 minsDirector: Tom Frederic
A night in a gay sauna turns into a fight for survival. Two men must over-come prejudice and join forces in taking down a horde of towel-wearing zombies.
Drama2014119 minsDirector: July Jung
Lee Chang-dong (Poetry) produces this offbeat drama about a policewoman who becomes protector of an abused teen in a town riven by corruption and alcoholism.
Drama20145 minsDirector: Charlie Francis
Nathan tries to clear up a misunderstanding with his hearing impaired boyfriend through a type-to-talk service. Will the middle man be able to fix the situation or will Nathan have to find another way to communicate?
'Cool kid' Drew is James’ sexual fantasy, but Drew is also James’ bully. In a single moment, James faces off against both Drew the bully and Drew the fantasy, but is it enough to reclaim his dignity?
A mother undergoing a gender transition meets his estranged daughter every Tuesday, changing gradually each time they meet. An intelligent indie hit about modern identity.
In a toilet of a Manchester nightclub, two young men (Shameless’ Jody Latham and Skins’ Liam Boyle) catch each other’s eye and reveal their feelings to one another.
Comedy201317 minsDirector: Dan Connolly
When a government official comes to inspect Richard and Martin’s relationship for visa approval, it is clear that all is not as it seems.