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Iris on the Move 2024

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  • Duration 1h 0m
  • Type Mainstream Film

Falling in Love with Iris

11 February, 7.10pm

This programme is a collection of short films that explores looking for love, finding love, desire, and human connections in various forms.

Bubbling (12A)

Director: Chang Che Ming | Producer: Lin Hsin Wu | Writer: Chang Che Ming | Taiwan, 23 Mins
Guang has difficulty focusing during school choir. He's distracted by something more enticing than singing. When a charismatic new student arrives, Guang's curiosity and sexual desire is taken to a new level.

Malwa Khushan (U)

Director: Preeti kanungo, Sourav Yadav | Producer: Lotus Visual Productions & KASHISH Arts Foundation | Writer: Preeti Kanungo | India, 20 Mins
Coming of age story of two sisters Malwa and Khushan exploring sexuality and attraction in their adolescent years. A new girl arrives in Khushan's classroom and she starts developing feelings for her.

Meat Cutes (15)

Director: Tilly Robba & Steph Jowett | Producer: Steph Jowett | Writer: Ang Collins & Mike Costi | Australia, 12 Mins

We are first introduced to Luke, Bridie and Tilly as they rideshare to the pub for their separate dating-app dates. Disaster ensues on all counts, and the three end the night crammed in a skip-bin outside the pub—dateless and still single.

Diomysus (12A)

Director: Emily Elizabeth Morus-Jones | Producer: Sara Ellen | Writer: Emily Elizabeth Morus-Jones | Wales, 5 Mins
An experimental film where a group of mice (voiced by members of the UK polyamorous community whose identities are masked using puppetry) discuss their experiences of polyamory. Diomysus asks the question - are we (the audience) more open to taboo ideas if unconscious bias is eliminated?



Best of Iris 2024

18 February, 2.30pm

A curated collection of extraordinary short films that have been honored and celebrated at the 2023 Iris Prize Film Festival.


Realness With A Twist (Winner: 2023 Youth Jury Award) (12A)

Director: Cass Virdee | Producer: David Giles & Maria Salcher | Writer: Cass Virdee & David Giles | UK, 12 Mins
A talented footballer is forced to battle between his secret passion for voguing and the fear of his team-mate's disapproval.

Ted And Noel (Winner: 2023 Co-op Audience Award) (PG)

Director: Julia Alcamo | Producer: Dan Hodgson, Mary Pattisson | UK, 25 Mins
Ted and Noel deals with a grieving LGBTQ+ activist who tries to find the strength for one last campaign.

F**ked (Winner: 2023 Best British) (15)

Director: Sara Harrak | Producer: Emma Hammond, Meg Salter, Sara Harrak | Writer: Meg Salter | UK, 6 Mins
What exactly are the rules in an open relationship? With no rulebook, it’s down to the couple to draw their lines… F**KED raises the question many of us secretly ask ourselves - have I really explored and enjoyed my own sexuality?

Scaring Women At Night (Winner: 2023 Iris Prize) (15)

Director. Karimah Zakia Issa | Producer: Lindsay Blair Goeldner & Rosalind Goodwin | Writer: Karimah Zakia Issa & Ace Clamber (story by Ace Clamber) | Canada, 11 Mins
Two strangers are scared on a late walk home. As they try to escape one another, their worlds collide at an intersection forcing them to question who they’re afraid of and why.

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