In partnership with the British Council’s fiveFilms4freedom project, London’s BFI Flare is releasing five shorts from its LGBT Film Festival to watch for free online. The project hopes to spread support for freedom and equality around the world by encouraging people to watch an LGBT film together. The short films are created by gay and transgender filmmakers and range from Soren Green’s “An Afternoon” to Simon Anderson’s “Morning is Broken.” You can catch all of the videos on BFI’s website.
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