An LGBTQIA+ indie short film
In this conceptual, poetic narrative, a young gay man struggles with his sexual identity and spirals into the world of drunken facades and midnight afterthoughts, questioning who he is and if he's willing to take the risk to be his truest self where others can see.
More screening info and film festivals announcements coming soon!
Film Festival Screenings
Midnight Rhythms will be screening at multiple film festivals in person and online! Follow the links to each film festival page to learn more and purchase tickets.
Past Film Festivals:
Oregon Short Film Festival, February 2022
Tag! Queer Shorts Festival, February 2022
DisOrient Asian American Film Festival, April 2022
PrideArts Spring Film fest, April 2022
HAAPI Film Festival, June 2022
Midnight Rhythms Score
The Midnight Rhythms score by James Gameboy is now available to stream and download via Bandcamp! Listen to the amazing music and support James Gameboy at the link.
From writer & director Quincy Woo, Midnight Rhythms is a film by and for the LGBTQIA+ community and aims to depict the personal struggles of a queer person on their journey towards coming out and living proudly. As filmmakers, we are working to foster an open, accepting, and affirming community of queer and BIPOC artists within the Oregon film community. Additionally, we want this story to connect with the local and greater LGBTQ+ community, speak to our common yet unique experiences, and open up a dialogue between ourselves as well as with our friends and families.
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