This year, the internet turns 30 and an entire generation have grown up on it. This is the Born Digital generation, a truly plugged-in tribe who have never known life without the World Wide Web. Inspired by this special birthday, the BBC, alongside the BFI, have commissioned 11 new films by film-makers from this generation. And these diverse films capture the experience of living in, being shaped by and sometimes resisting a digital environment. These films explore the myriad of ways we connect via our online interactions, from cyberbullying to body politics, identity issues and even erosion of privacy feature here. They'll resonate with anyone who remembers a pre-internet world and the subsequent impact it's had on us all. Not all of these films are gay themed - just some of them, but all are dealing with problems that all of us face.