This collection includes short films representing a range of LGBTQ+ youth experiences: from authentic self-expression to classmate crushes to films that delve into the dangers of bullying.
What Do You Know? Six to Twelve Year-Olds Talk About Gays and Lesbians, Ellen Brodsky, 13 minutes With perspectives ranging from basic to nuanced, elementary school children openly share their thoughts on the words that they hear on a daily basis.
Yeah Kowalski!, Evan Roberts, 10 minutes A thirteen-year-old late bloomer goes to great lengths to impress his classmate crush, Shane, in this comedic tale.
Genderfreak, Rebecca Louisell, 19 minutes What happens when violinist Rachel, the token straight friend in her group, meets a handsome genderqueer teenager named Sammy, who happens to play guitar?
The Infamous T, Melissa Koch, 30 minutes Homeless, bullied, and failing out of high school, 18-year-old Jonathon moves in with queer host parents, transfers schools, and forms a dance crew. As he struggles to mesh with his new household, stay in school, and be his most authentic self, he discovers that home is more than four walls and that friendship can transform us in this moving documentary.
Teens Like Phil, Dominic Haxton & David Rosler, 20 minutes Teens Like Phil explores the complicated and painful circumstances surrounding a relationship in an effort to better understand the roots of the bullying epidemic.
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