Queer Screen is proud to be a founding member of an alliance between seventeen queer film festivals throughout the Asia Pacific. To showcase the amazing queer films being made in this region the Alliance has put together a package of the best in new Asian cinema. At the end of each year, a film is selected as the best Asia Pacific Queer Short Film.
Warning - Goodbye Mr B Hello Miss B! includes graphic scenes of medical procedures
Directed by Liying Mei | 25 mins
China, 1997. An unhappy marriage, a love affair and a child who holds all the secrets.
Directed by Faraz Ansari | 16 mins
Set in the fast-paced environs of the usually bustling Mumbai local train system, Sisak details a romance that develops slowly and intoxicatingly, nestled in the silences and quiet comforts of the end-of-day train journeys between two men.
Directed by Beatrice Wong | 15 mins
An autobiographical documentary about director Beatrice Wong’s experiences as a transgender woman, her childhood and adolescence, her relationship with her mother, and her hopes and aspirations for the future.
Directed by Ruei Chung | 19 mins
For Mitchell and Miles, building up a relationship is like learning a new language and practicing the grammar of love in order to communicate and understand each other. A free trip to exotic places arouses their imagination and passion. The disputes and pressure from daily life, however, have worn them out.
Directed by Yun Joo Chang | 16 mins
Sohee takes custody of Momo, the cat she shared with her ex. But her current girlfriend sees Momo as a reminder of her ex.
Presented with ACON Asian Gay Men’s Project.