A lonely man reflects upon himself on a remote island, a non-binary person unravels their family’s queerness while a man is forced to hide his own.

Exploring sexuality, prejudices, decisions, wishes and mistakes, this programme inspires you to dive deep into these fictional characters and reconsider your true self through their stories

Life Left Behind

Whilst driving, a woman attempts to reconcile with her past and the scars it left behind.

Valia Phyllis Zwart

Old Flames

A haunting portrayal of a recovering addict learning to live with her demons.


Queer Parivaar

When a mysterious gate-crasher appears at their wedding, Madhav and Sufi are forced to face past secrets and reflect on what makes a family. Queer Parivaar is a story of multi-generational LGBTQ+ identities and experiences, narrated musically through an ambitious original soundtrack, and created by a majority South Asian LGBTQ+ cast and crew.

Shiva Raichandani


On the most isolated island of the Aegean Sea, a man faces a series of paradoxical challenges struggling to survive in exile.

Antonis Maros

The Lighting

The Lighting aims to revisit and clarify the issue of discrimination rooted in technological development and image production through an interdisciplinary exploration. The work comprises three narratives—three professional Togolese photographers explore how to use instruments to compensate insufficient exposure for dark skin tones; a leading software engineer developing facial recognition algorithms at Taiwan’s MediaTek talks about how they have created a camera algorithm that is highly popular on the African continent; moreover, the artist uses Kodak’s Ektachrome, a popular film in the 70s, to produce a kung fu film in the style of exploitation film, using images of the famous Black martial art film star, Jim Kelly, in Bruce Lee’s movies in the 70s. The work is also interlaced with an animated Bruce Lee as the narrator trained by facial motion capture and a speech recognition algorithm.

Chihying Musquiqui

Too Rough

After a night of intoxication, a hungover and hysterical Nick wakes up next to his boyfriend Charlie and must conceal him from his own homophobic and dysfunctional family.

Sean Lìonadh