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From a country famous the world over as the birthplace of cinema, Impressionism and the humble pain au chocolat comes four award-winning films about gay life and growing up. Much like their sought after paintings and pastry treats, these delights prove that when it comes to finesse and flavour in filmmaking - you can't beat the French.​

VIDEO FILE: 1hr 32mins, HD mp4 with burnt-in English subtitles

FALLING dir. Benjamin Vu
In the winter of 1994 in the French suburbs, Léo and Baptiste, two polar opposite students, meet up one evening to work on a school presentation.

THE RETURN dir. Yohann Kouam
It's been a year since his big brother Theo left, and fifteen year old Willy, who has always looked up to him, can't wait for him to return. Meanwhile, at school Willy has fallen in with a bad crowd, and their bullying ways brings him to a turning point in his life: go with the herd, or stand up for your brothers?

FOOTING dir. Damien Gault
One winter morning, a father and his son go for a jog. Along the way, we understand that a gap has grown between Marco, a Parisian who has come to spend a few days in the countryside, and Jean-Claude, a retired policeman who doesn't talk much. Their love is present, but barriers and modesty hold them back from expressing it.

THE SWIMMING TRUNKS dir. Mathilde Bayle
On holiday on a campsite by the seaside, ten year old Remy is fascinated by Stephan, the father of one of his playmates. This is a new, confusing feeling for him. Nobody knows what he is going through, especially not handsome Stephan. As his imagination runs away with him, the holiday draws to a close, but Remy makes sure that he will cherish not just the memory of this first step into adolescence, but something more.
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