Lesflicks prides itself on its awesome content. From shorts, to series to feature length flms, we have something for everyone, in whatever mood you are in. What you may not have seen, is the wonderful free content that Lesflicks showcases.

Currently on Lesflicks there are five short that showcase a plethora of talent, all available completely free! Yes, we said free!

August in the City

August in the City is a fantastic short set in 1978, dealing with fear of consequences of being drawn to someone that society wouldn’t understand. Starring fan favourite Mandahla Rose, the film is well-acted and has a great amount of depth for something that clocks in at only 15 minutes. August in the City is beautifully directed by Christie Conochalla, and showcases her talent well.

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Support the creatives:

@ladyfilmlisa.mov @cconochalla @dandilions77 @twiistedrose

 @ladyfilm_LT @cconochalla @dandilions77 @twiistedrose

Countertransference

Countertransference is a wickedly dark comedy centring on a somewhat downtrodden woman going to therapy. The 15 minute runtime goes by far too quickly, and you are left wanting to know more. Madeleine Olnek’s direction is yet again superb, the lighting and framing always make you feel as though you are right there in the room.

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Support the creatives:

@madeleineolnek @jackiemonahan @lisahaasactor  

@lisahaas @jackiemonahan

 

Hold Up

Hold Up is a hilarious short that takes a very relatable moment, like deliberately running into your ex and puts it in the most left-field circumstances. Hold Up excels in that is doesn’t TRY to be funny, it just is. The director, Madeleine Olnek knows how to get the best out of each and every shot. At 7 minutes I was left feeling entertained, but I could easily watch more of these characters.

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Support the creatives:

@madeleineolnek @jackiemonahan @lisahaasactor  

@lisahaas @jackiemonahan

Home

Home is another short directed by Christie Conochalla, who is also the writer. This short isn’t as ‘polished’ as other works but I truly believe that that lends to its charm. At just over 8 minutes, Home is not an opus by any means, but its experimental feel stays with you. The style is something I haven’t really seen before but it is well worth a watch.

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Support the creatives:

@cconochalla  @cconochalla

Once Upon a Zipper

This movie makes up the hat trick of fantastic films from Christie Conchalla, who once again wrote and directed his short. Now, Once Upon a Zipper is a love story, and we all love a good love story. Being set inside the world of a Bridal store, you would be forgiven for thinking it is a strange place for new love to blossom. Once Upon a Zipper comes in at about 18 minutes BUT the extended version is also available which clocks in at just under half an hour.

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Support the creatives:

@cconochalla  @cconochalla

All this content is free, which is great for viewer but why don’t you give back to the cast and crew of these wonderful films by giving them a shout-out and a share on social media. It doesn’t seem like much, but by extending the reach of projects like these we are showing that there is an audience for content like this and can help more creators gain more funding and opportunities in the future.

Happy watching!

This article was written by:

Kayleigh

Kayleigh

Writer and Social Outreach Administrator

Kayleigh is a Kent-based writer and jewellery designer with a fond love of both movies and theatre.

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