Friday, June 23 |  4:15pm
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.


A young man’s first taste of love leads to a collision of fantasy and food!

Peter, a Math student, works part-time in a delicatessen. When a handsome and sophisticated older man purchases exquisite delicacies, Peter cannot help but be drawn to him and his fantasy life gets way out of hand. This British treat explores the pains and pleasures of coming out and the overwhelming power of fantasy.

Directed by Rachel Dax
18 minutes  |  UK   |  2017

A sensorial movie about finding the joy of living again. David discovers that his boyfriend, Allen, is suffering from depression and within the course of a day, attempts to make Allen see the beauty and pleasure in the most mundane things.

Directed by Akira Kamiki
12 minutes  |  Brazil  |  2017

Mario and Kike hook up on a dating app. What initially was never meant to be more than a sex date will turn into something else, in spite of their different ways of viewing their bisexuality and how they both cope with it in their respective social circles.

Directed by Miguel Lafuente
20 minutes  |  Spain  |  2017

A wound between old friends re-opens after party, forcing them to face the past and understand that their friendship is meant to move in a different direction. A naturalist look at the realities of friendship between gay men and straight men.

Directed by Gabriel Ordoñez
14 minutes  |  Venezuela  |  2017

A casual hookup takes an intimate turn when Sami, a Syrian refugee from Damascus, meets Johan. In the course of a night in Amsterdam, the two men will confront some truths, and unsettling secrets, about the very different worlds they come from.

Directed by Nish Gera
14 minutes  |  The Netherlands  |  2017

A first-of-its-kind silent LGBTQ film in India, Sisak makes waves before the visuals of this short hit the shore. Set in the fast-paced environs of the usually bustling Mumbai local train system, it details a romance that develops slowly and intoxicatingly, nestled in the silences and quiet comforts of the end-of-day train journeys.

Directed by Faraz Arif Ansari
15 minutes  |  India  |  2017

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