Scottish Queer International Film Festival 2021

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Baba (Country: UK; Year: 2021; Director: Adam Ali, Sam Arbor; Writer: Adam Ali, Sam Arbor; Stars: Mudar Abbara, Adam Ali, Ahmed Elmusrati, Ali Gadema, Samar Abu Kaf)
An unexpected discovery forces Britannia, a queer Libyan teenager, to question whether to stay or flee his beloved homeland.
Before The Eruption (Antes De La Erupción) (Country: Spain; Year: 2021; Director: Roberto Pérez Toledo; Writer: Roberto Pérez Toledo; Stars: Jorge Alcocer, Pablo Capuz, Edgar Córcoles, Javier Morgade)
On a trip to reconnect with friends, one of them starts to make her true self known.
Found Family (Country: US; Year: 2021; Director: Esmée Lavalette; Writer: Cassandra Adele; Stars: Kang Kim, Juls Hoover, Nicole Ohara, Kasey Furginson)
The story of a lesbian girl and her concerns about how to come out to her homophobic parents while wanting to meet her long distance girlfriend for the first time.
New Flesh For The Old Ceremony (Country: US; Year: 2021; Director: Elizabeth Rakhilkina; Writer: Elizabeth Rakhilkina; Stars: Catherine Curtin, LeeAnne Hutchison, Ana Maria Jomolca)
The physicality of grief is explored through a macabre fable about a woman whose wife is devoured by and then possesses a beloved pack of dogs.
We Are The Monsters (Wir Sind Die Monster) (Country: Germany; Year: 2021; Director: Alejandro Mathé)
24-year-old Kjell feels trapped in his little village. One day he meets a mysterious young man named Flurin and is immediately fascinated by him. Soon they start spending time together and show one other what it is they each long for.

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