1. f my c – Kailyne Waters (2010; 31:00)
f my c is a nonlinear story chronicling the relationship between Brianne and Daisy and their journey for sexual intimacy. Hindered by Brianne's experience with childhood sexual abuse, they work in partnership to create a meaningful awareness. A poignant tale of sorrow and reclamation; f my c honors survivors and partners; celebrates their creativity and spirit; and offers an artfully moving experience..
2. Toward the Blue – Randy Caspersen (2009; 9:40)
Looking back at Super 8 film footage of his West Hollywood neighborhood, a filmmaker wonders how his dreams fit into the world of gay porn stars.
3. Vapor – Kaveh Nabatian/ locomotionfilms (2010;11:00)
The fractured portrait of a shattered psyche, Vapor is a heartening story of self-affirmation. A Mexican man begins to understand his life when he is able to confront his own deep-seated prejudices. Lyrical and stirring, the film embarks on a graceful exploration of individuality, in which acceptance is the key to transcendence..
4. Strands – Paul Neudorf (2010; 6:15)
Animated fingerprints interact with dancers in this live action/animated experimental-dance film about desire, consciousness, and identity. As we move through life we inevitably leave marks behind. Strands explores the layers of desire in relation to the unconscious and the awareness we have of the impact of our actions..