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My Loneliness Is Killing Me

This BAFTA Scotland award-winning film explores loneliness and division in the gay and queer communities. Introduced by director Tim Courtney and writer Michael Richardson.

Colourful Femme Elliott appears to be the life of the party. But behind the make-up, he struggles in his search for intimacy. During a routine social media encounter, he unexpectedly unearths a dark emotional connection. Touching on the hot topics of hookup culture and toxic masculinity, this short explores loneliness and division among gay and queer communities against a cold, neon metropolis. Director Tim Courtney and writer Michael Richardson introduce this Bafta Scotland award-winning film.

19 minutes