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BLACK BRIEFS is a collection of six dark-themed gay short films: (1) SPRING, directed by Hong Khaou (13 minutes) A young man meets a stranger for S&M sex, an experience that will change his life forever. Official Selection: Frameline, NewFest, Outfest; Finalist, Iris Prize (2) REMISSION, directed by Greg Ivan Smith (14 minutes) As a man awaits the results of a latest biopsy at his secluded cabin, his dread amplifies when he suspects that he may not be alone. From the director of the award-winning THE BACK ROOM. Winner: Horror Film Award, Rhode Island International Film Festival (3) WINNER TAKES ALL, directed by Camille Carida (17 minutes) The unapologetic manipulator Ryker engineers a fight between his two boyfriends ... with Ryker himself as the ultimate prize. Featuring gay favorite Alec Mapa. Official Selection: Atlanta Film Festival, Philadelphia QFest (4) PROMISE Directed by Lalo Vasquez (20 minutes) Stu and Chris appear to be the perfect couple. But past indiscretions are revealed on the eve of their wedding, causing unforgivable actions that both will regret. Official Selection: FilmOut San Diego (5) VIDEO NIGHT, directed by Jim Hansen and Jack Plotnick (6 minutes) What starts out as a fun night making videos goes terribly wrong when a group of friends discover something unexpected in the raw footage. Official Selection: Outfest (6) COMMUNICATION, directed by Christopher Banks (20 minutes) From the creators of TEDDY comes the story of an Orthodox Jewish student who unexpectedly inherits the estate of his estranged mentor, and discovers a painful truth about their relationship. Winner: Outstanding Short Film, QBliss Creating Change Community Awards