Altered Innocence presents a new volume of short queer cinema from around the world

The newest edition of Altered Innocence‘s collection of short films is finally here with nearly four hours of LGBTQ and coming-of-age short films in two separately curated programs!

The Altered program is a wild blast of strange and transgressive visions with films about virtual love dolls on a revenge tear, twinks eager to be annihilated and a lesbian director obsessed with big boobs. The Innocence program is a more tender and subtle compilation of loveliness with tales about brotherly love, modern transgender life, intergenerational relationships and boys testing the limits of traditional masculinity.

The Altered program includes Young Diego directed by Osama Chami and Enrique GimenoYandere directed by William LabouryAmphi directed by Mathias BroeThe Demons of Dorothy directed by Alexis LangloisTrade Center directed by Adam Baran; and Chaperone directed by Sam Max.

The Innocence program includes Awakening directed by Christian TafdrupA Wild Patience Has Taken Me Here directed by Erica SarmetShower Boys directed by Christian ZetterbergDustin directed by Naila Guiguet; and Kiem Holijanda directed by Sarah Veltmeyer.

Watch the trailer for Altered Innocence: Vol. 2 below and click here to order your copy. The full collection is now available on DVD and Blu-ray at TLAgay.