We are thrilled that two recent short documentaries produced by Bombito producer Reece Cargan will screen at BFI Flare: London LGBTQIA+ Film Festival.
The festival runs from Wednesday 16 to Sunday 27 March 2022 at BFI Southbank and on BFI Player. During the festival you can watch the following films:
The film by Jack Goessens - which stars Adam Kashmiry, Goose Masondo, Jamie Stewart and Arran Skillin is a personal, visual essay about gender transition – focusing on the social context and implications and exploring how the world is different living as female compared to being perceived as male.
This film has screened at numerous BAFTA and OSCAR qualifying festivals, won best short at SQIFF and was shortlisted for a Grierson award.
View the trailer
Everyman screens on the following dates and locations as part of the 'There Is No Place Like Home' strand:
Thu 17-Mar 17:50 Studio
Sat 19-Mar 20:40 NFT3
Other screenings soon
The film will be screening at Euregion Film Festival in the international competition for best short. Catch it March 1-6 2022, both online and in Heerlen, the Netherlands.
If you are in Dublin you can also catch Everyman as part of Dublin International Film Festival's Scottish Shorts strand. The film plays Thursday, March 3, 2022 8:30 PM at
Light House Screen 3.
Everyman was developed and supported by the Scottish Documentary Institute's highly acclaimed Bridging the Gap programme and supported by Screen Scotland.
Jack Goessens is currently a BFI x BAFTA flare mentee 2021
Since working together on Everyman - Reece Cargan and Bombito Productions have produced a live action & animated short with both Jack Goessens and Adam Kashmiry - Who I am Now - which is about to start its festival journey
Jack and Reece have feature film 'Boifriend' in early funded development with BFI Short Circuit.
Steven Fraser's personal documentary - Prosopagnosia uses expressive animation to investigate intimacy, communication and memory. Prosopagnosia means face-blindness and to understand this neurodiverse behaviour, the contents of a memory box are intricately explored.
Sketchbooks, photographs and diaries unravel to tell a unique and personal story.
This film premiered in competition at IDFA 2021 and also in competition at Clermont Ferrand 2022.
View the trailer
Prosopagnosia screens on the following dates and locations as part of the 'Drawn Together' strand:
Tue 22-Mar 18:10 NFT2
Thu 24-Mar 20:10 Studio
Glasgow Short Film Festival
Another place to view Steven's film soon is Glasgow Short Film Festival in the Scotland Year of Stories Short Film Award 4 : Daily Grind on Sunday 27 March, 15:45, at the CCA Theatre.
BFI Flare: London LGBTQIA+ Film Festival
Flare is the largest and longest running queer film event in the UK. For 12 days you can catch the best new LGBTQIA+ cinema from around the world, special events and more.