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Plymouth Arts Cinema: Falling in Love with IRIS (15)

Monday, January 15

Thursday 15 February, 8pm

This programme, curated by the Iris Prize LGBTQ+ Film Festival, is a collection of short films that explores looking for love, finding love, desire, and human connections in various forms. www.irisprize.org

The screening will be introduced by Seth Edmonds, Assistant to the Director at Iris Prize. 

Programme running time: 60 mins

Tickets £5 / £4 concessions.

Bubbling – Rated 12A

Director: 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 – Rated U

Director: Preeti kanungo, Sourav Yadav, 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.

Single: Meat Cutes – Rated 15

Director: Tilly Robba & Steph Jowett, 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 – Rated 12A

Director: 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?

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