BRIEF ENCOUNTERS

Friday, June 22 |  3:30pm
Tivoli Cinemas in Westport

Make it a truly Fabulous Friday with a sextet of films about love, lust and relationships. Short on time? We have just the solution. Scroll down and see.

AN INSTANT

A year. A boy. An instant. Hugo is a boy who lives anchored in the routine, focused on his tasks and responsibilities. Unable to look forward, he lets opportunities pass, stalling in the past. On the contrary, Cosmo is a free soul that lives without looking back, always going from one place to another no matter where. One summer afternoon their gazes cross by chance. It is only an instant, but it will be the birth of a relationship that will make them stop for the first time to live the present. AN INSTANT is a story about friendship, love and the importance of the small moments that endow our lives with meaning.

Directed by Adrià Guxens
20 minutes  |  SPAIN   |  2017
A STRANGER TO MYSELF

A young guy hopes to fill his inner emptiness by having sex with strangers

Directed by Jannik Gensler
12 minutes  |  Germany  |  2017
DIX (TEN)

One little guy decided to meet Prince Charming, and then there were two. 
There were two, and three, and up to ten. Till the day when… Ten little friends came together again. One of them met the wrong kind of person, and then there were nine. Nine little friends…

Directed by Villette Franck
10 minutes  |  FRANCE  |  2017
THE JEALOUS SEA

When Carlos discovers pictures his photographer boyfriend took of a nude male model, he becomes engulfed in jealousy.

Directed by Reid Waterer
13 minutes  |  USA |  2017
LUBER

"Luber" is short comedy about Elliott (writer/director Jeff Sumner), a single awkward businessman who finds himself attracted to his hunky, ride-share driver Dash (Sean Held), but must fight for a chance with him when they pick up an annoying passenger, Gregory (Jason Boegh), who wants the driver for himself.

Directed by Jeff Sumner
11 minutes  |  USA  |  2018
SILVERLAKE AFTERNOON

Michael is 33 and he's never been with a guy. His first encounter is going to be awkward...and also kinda great

Directed by Rebecca Holopter & Michael Osborne
11 minutes  |  USA  |  2018

OUT HERE NOW: The Kansas City LGBT Film Festival

is produced in coordination with Unity Temple on the Plaza
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