LGBTI short film festival Iris Prize is celebrating its 10th anniversary and give you the opportunity to watch four of the best short LGBTI movies of the last century.

You can watch them below!

For Dorian

“A father fears the sexual awakening of his disabled son, a teenager living with Down syndrome, and struggles with the notion of letting him grow up.”


David and Neils are good friends, both loving sports. When Neil comes out as gay, David rejects him. A story about coming out to your friends and their reactions.


This is a Sundance award winning short film about a late night in a burger bar, Gays rubbing shoulders with straights, couples fighting and friends arguing.


This dark comedy drama focuses on faith and loneliness. An elderly woman attending swimming classes has a vision of Jesus on the shorts of a young, gay man she met there. The woman befriends him thinking that the vision was a sign from God.

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