Following Peccadillo Pictures' successful short film series, 'Boys On Film', comes a collection of eleven lesbian short films. Girls On Film 2 features some of the most provocative, engaging and beautiful filmmaking from around the world.
The films are: HAPPY AND GAY Dir. Lorelei Pepi (USA) NO MATTER WHO Dir. Anne Claire Jaulin (France) B. Dir. Kai Stänicke (Germany) SILLY GIRL Dir. Hope Dickson Leach (UK) CRYSTAL CLEAR Dir. Max Disgrace (UK) DAWN OF THE DEAF Dir. Rob Savage (UK) PLAYING WITH BALLS Dir. Nanna Kristín Magnúsdóttir (Iceland) ENJOY THE DRAMA Dir. Lud Mônaco (Canada/Brazil) PLUNGE Dir. Kate Lefoe (Australia) ACTRESSES Dir. Jeremy Hersh (USA) BATTALION TO MY BEAT Dir. Eimi Imanishi (Algeria).
Anthology 2018 137 mins Director: Leon Lopez
The Boys on Film series reaches the end of its teenage years with another compilation celebrating male desire in all its forms.
The Marvellous Mabel Normand: The Leading Lady of Film Comedy The Marvellous Mabel Normand: The Leading Lady of Film Comedy
Comedy 2018 78 mins Director: Mabel Normand
Discover early Hollywood's irrepressible comic pioneer, showcased in this delightful package of short films in which she appears alongside fellow greats Charlie Chaplin, Fatty Arbuckle and Oliver Hardy.
Anthology 2018 111 mins Director: Karishma Dev Dube
Eight more award-winning short films from around the world, exploring female desire, empowerment and the realities of being a woman, a lesbian and a feminist in the modern world.
Anthology 2018 132 mins Director: Dean Loxton
Ten uplifting and powerful tales of everyday heroes, each striving for their own identities whether gay, bi or transgender, and fighting for the right to be themselves.
Anthology 2017 125 mins Director: Kai Stänicke
Golden boys, teenage lust, self-conscious dolls, chance encounters and a vengeful creature - in the latest gay shorts compilation from Peccadillo Pictures.
Which Side Are You On? Songs, Poems and Experiences of the Miners' Strike, 1984 Which Side Are You On? Songs, Poems and Experiences of the Miners' Strike, 1984
Documentary 1985 54 mins Director: Ken Loach
Ken Loach’s documentary focuses on the 1984 Miner’s Strike, capturing a range of complicated emotions, situations, and circumstances.
LGBTIQ+ Best of 2018
Drama 2017 105 mins Director: Francis Lee
A troubled young sheep farmer falls for a hired hand in this stunning debut from Francis Lee.
Drama 2018 119 mins Director: Marcel Gisler
On the pitch Mario and Leon are teammates; off the pitch they are becoming so much more.
Romance 2017 107 mins Director: Mikko Makela
The world’s troubles recede, at least for a moment, in this intimate drama about an affair between a Finnish man and a Syrian immigrant.
Biopic 2018 105 mins Director: Rupert Everett
Rupert Everett astounds as Oscar Wilde, depicting the fallen star in the final years of his life, in this heartfelt and captivating passion project.
Biopic 2018 111 mins Director: Ian Bonhôte
In scintillating fashion, this compelling documentary explores the dark dreams that drove the brilliant, lamented designer, Alexander McQueen.
Comedy 2018 113 mins Director: Carlos Marques-Marcet
Sweetly swaying houseboat comedy about a couple whose river-bound existence is upended by the arrival of an old friend.
Directed by Lorelei Pepi
Romance 2017 142 mins Director: Nicholas Colia
An intoxicating and entrancing selection of gay short films from around the globe.
Drama 2019 125 mins Director: Kasi Lemmons
Cynthia Erivo gives a show-stopping turn as the American revolutionary anti-slavery heroine Harriet Tubman in Kasi Lemmons' biopic.
Documentary 2019 92 mins Director: Damon Gameau
Award-winning director Damon Gameau embarks on a journey to explore what the future could look like if we embraced the best solutions to improve our planet.
Thriller 2019 130 mins Director: Rian Johnson
Daniel Craig is the Kentucky Fried Poirot with all-star suspects - Chris Evans, Ana de Armas and Toni Collette among them - in this nimble and brilliant crime caper.
Drama 2019 105 mins Director: Haifaa Al-Mansour
Celebrated Saudi director Haifaa Al Mansour (Wadjda) returns with an inspiring drama about a young doctor unexpectedly becoming an electoral candidate.
Science Fiction 2019 98 mins Director: Lorcan Finnegan
Imogen Poots and Jesse Eisenberg play a pair of first-time buyers who get more than they bargained for in this twisted fable about the horrors of suburban living.
Drama 2019 120 mins Director: Nora Fingscheidt
An intensive drama about a pre-pubescent girl who actually crashes Germany’s child and welfare system whilst on her quest for love and security.