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Boys on Film 15 Present: Time and Tied

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Hyde Park Picture House, 17th July, 1.15pm

Boys on Film is back with a brand new selection of hot British shorts, showcasing some of the UK’s best emerging talent, part of this year’s POUTfest LGBT Film Tour.

PUTTING ON THE DISH
Dir. Brian Fairbairn & Karl Eccleston | 2015 | 6min
Journey to London, 1962, were two strangers strike a conversation on a park bench about life and sex using polari slang to talk about their experiences in this “fantabulosa” comedy.

CLOSETS
Dir. Lloyd Eyre-Morgan | 2015 | 18min
Tommy Knight (Waterloo Road) stars in this light-hearted drama as Henry, a teenager struggling with his sexuality in 1986. Hiding in his wardrobe, he time travels to the present day where he meets up with a similar teenager, Ben, occupying his same bedroom 30 years later.

NIGHTSTAND
Dir. Charlie Parham | 2015 | 26min
Sir Ian McKellen and Stephen Fry come together for the first time to produce this London based thriller. Two men meet over three consecutive nights – one is gay, lost and adolescent, the other is married to a woman and middle-aged, their tender affair unravels in the night-time metropolis leaving them to face their biggest fears.

SAUNA THE DEAD
Dir. Tom Frederic | 2016 | 20min
A night in a gay sauna turns into a fight for survival. Two men must over-come prejudice and join forces in taking down a horde of towel wearing zombies.This genre-hopping modern day fairy tale explores how the way we treat each other ultimately creates the worlds we live in.

G O’CLOCK
Dir. Mitchell Marion | 2016 | 11min
After being called out to an emergency, Alex, a gay paramedic, saves the life of a young boy who had overdosed on GHB. He later arrives at a chill-out and meets Nik, a sexy young Spanish boy who he takes under his wing but soon discovers his caring instincts comes with a dangerous price.

TROUSER BAR
Dir. Kristen Bjorn | 2016 | 18min
Set in a London gentlemen’s outfitters in 1976, and taking inspiration from the emotions aroused by a fetishistic love of corduroy, leather and tight trousers, two men enter Sir John’s Trouser Bar but little do they know the sexual adventure that awaits them inside. With cameos appearances from Barry Cryer, Julian Clary, Nigel Havers, Miss Hope Springs, and some other strangely familiar faces.

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