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Sunday, March 31 • 5:00pm - 7:00pm
WHERE THE HEART LEADS: Cisgender and Trans Male and Female Shorts

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Sunday March 31, 5:00pm @ University of the Arts - Connelly Auditorium

WHERE THE HEART LEADS: Cisgender and Trans Male and Female Shorts, 101 minutes
We have all experienced the pull of the heart—a new crush, an ex, someone we can’t have, a family member who doesn’t understand, a friend we’re afraid to come out to. This group of short films will show that where the heart leads, we frequently follow, whether happiness or heartbreak is the end result.

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LADYBUG
Directed by Nick Lopez, 2018, USA, 6 Minutes (Cisgender Men)
Sebastian tries desperately to make his mom happy on Mother’s Day in this student short, while mom is detached and distracted.

TAKE A WALK ON THE WILD SIDE
Directed by Lisa Rideout, 2017, Canada, 15 Minutes (Trans, Cisgender Women)
The story of Toronto’s oldest cross-dressing store and the relationships binding the clientele with the owner during actual visits.

VIOLET AND JUNE
Directed by Linnea Ritland, 2017, Canada, 6 Minutes (Cisgender Women)
A crazy blend of live action and animated overlays make this a cute, quirky film of a young lady who has a crush on her best friend.

STILL WAITING
Directed by Thomas Hakim, 2018, France , 24 Minutes(Cisgender Men)
Every day, Anton waits for nightfall, and every night Alexandre comes to him, which encapsulates the eternal longing of one person for another.

MISSED CONNECTIONS
Directed by Michelle Sam, 2017, USA, 15 Minutes (Trans)
A hysterical rendering of two people who meet at Burning Man and then try to reconnect through social media and help from friends.

FOREIGN
Directed by Mark Pinkosh, 2018, UK, 28 Minutes (Cisgender Women)
The lovable and laughable structured life of a comic is slowly invaded by a first date, a neighbor, life, and surprises that toss her into a new reality.

TANGLE
Directed by Malihe Ghloamzadeh, 2018, Iran, 7 Minutes (Cisgender Women)
A gripping black and white animated short about trying to hold onto family and the past while struggling to break free. A first-time student filmmaker.


Sunday March 31, 2019 5:00pm - 7:00pm
University of the Arts - Connelly Auditorium Avenue of the Arts & Walnut Street, Terra Hall, 211 South Broad Street, 8th Floor
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