#AloneTogether: 5 LGBTQ Shortfilms To Watch Right Now

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Over the past few weeks, we kickstarted a mini-series on our platform with the tag #AloneTogether to help us get through this unusual alteration of our normal lives. Today’s segment is dedicated to our lovely LGBTQ community.

Our team has gone through the web and selected 5 LGBTQ themed short-films to keep you occupied during your less productive hours. Enjoy our list below.


Automate

Automate is an LGBT lesbian / Bisexual love story sci-fi short film set 10-20 years in the future. It has a black mirror meets Before Sunrise type vibe. The story happens in the near future, two young women, Sam (Katie Stuart from The 100 / Inconceivable LGBTQ web series) & Riley (Alex Duncan from I Love You So Much It’s Killing Them), meet on a dating app that promises to find your perfect match. Confronted by their differences, they challenge each other on what gives their life purpose and their respective futures. Automate is a film about online dating, connection, and what relationships mean in the 21st century.

A Step.

A step is a story about the love between two girls who were brave enough to take a step forward against the pressure from the environment.

Men Don’t Whisper

Queer filmmaker Jordan Firstman examines what it means to be a man in his latest short, which screened at the 2018 Sundance Film Festival and was selected as a Vimeo Staff Pick Premiere. When they’re emasculated at a sales conference, gay couple Reese and Peyton decide the best way to regain their confidence is to sleep with women – no prizes for guessing that things don’t go exactly to plan.

In The Dark

‘In The Dark’ is a short film that director Ryan Beene is trying to make into a feature film. It focuses on the relationship between two gay college students, one of whom is an athlete.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=awCuydHE3FQ

Fifteen

Fifteen is a short film about a young female couple going through the motions of being gay and in love.

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