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Published on Nov 26, 2013
This third edition award winning compilation of shorts is showcasing short subjects stories from the CANNES FILM FESTIVAL - Shot Film Corner LOGLINE - This third installment of international shorts chronicles the pitfalls and pleasures of fluid sexuality in men exposing the complex, dynamic and at times volatile relationships and situations surrounding friendships and hidden attractions. Themes included in this selection explore the differences and similitudes of shared experiences as societal expectations, stereotypes and traditional values are unexpectedly challenged as attitudes evolve.
QUARTERS (France/USA) dir. Jorge Ameer The night before his wedding, Paul celebrates the last hours as a bachelor with childhood friend Jeremy as they drink and play "Quarters". However, as both men raise the stakes, so do the confessions and dares. This is one night neither is soon to forget.
RUBBER DUCKIE - Rubber Duckie is the story of Jesse and Daniel, who on a blazing summer afternoon, are consumed with boredom and push their own limits and boundaries. This leaves us begging the question; is it simple boredom or insatiable innate appetite for more?
BOY GAME (Sweden) dir. Anna Österlund Nolskog John and Nicolas are 15 years old and best friends. They are very interested in girls but quite insecure when it comes to a premiere sexual encounter with a girl. The obvious solution would be to 'practice' on each other. What will happen now? Can they remain friends?
EARLY ONE SUMMER (UK) dir. Gary Thomas When Dave goes on a camping trip with his PE teacher, he thinks something amazing will happen. It does, but it changes both their lives forever.
FROM HERE TO THERE (Hong Kong) dir. Yee Lam Wong Two college friends meet again in a wedding banquet ten years after graduation, sitting next to each other, as in the past. Jae drives his drunken friend far away to his home. The trip was long enough for them to review their relationship, but not good enough to repair it.