British Films Institute Releases Five Short LGBT Films
The fiveFilms4freedom campaign stands for freedom and equality for all people.
The British Film Institute in partnership with British Council launched fiveFilms4freedom a new project, and posted five short films about sexual minorities. The two organizations are aimed at promoting tolerance for the LGBT community, and to showcase gifted filmmakers – lesbians, gay men and transgenders.
The collection of shorts includes the following films: “An Afternoon” by Søren Green (Denmark), “Chance” by Jake Graf (UK), “Code Academy” by Nisha Ganatra (USA), “Morning is Broken” by Simon Anderson (UK), and “True Wheel” by Nora Mandray (France-USA).
The campaign is part of the LGBT film festival, which was held in London on March 19th – 29th.