Sun, 07 May|
PRIDE Queer Film Festival - Australian Short Films - Matinee
Some of the best and brightest new Australian queer short films, all on one session!
Time & Location
07 May, 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm
Boulder, 61B Burt St, Boulder WA 6432, Australia
About the Event
Boy Angel (Australia) Danny Adler – World Premiere
A journey of Leigh Booth as he enters the world of amateur bodybuilding and pushes the boundaries. A story of bravery, determination, diversity, self-belief and standing up for what you believe.
Welcome to the Galaxy (Australia) Suz Mawer – World Premiere
Falling in love is like flying through space.
Fearless: Jazmin Theodora (Australia) Nicole Sullivan – World Premiere
Jazmin is a positive person, a psychic and a tarot reader. All her life she has tried to stay true to herself, paying no mind to whose who wanted to tear her down. At 83, she plays an active part in her community.
Reunion (Australia) Gilbert Kemp Attrill – Perth Premiere
When a lovesick young man reunites with his long-distance boyfriend on a whirlwind summer holiday, reality and expectations collide.
The Length of the Field (Australia) Adam Coutts – World Premiere
Is it possible to learn from the past if you’re still stuck in it?
The end of a school party allows one last chance for Kevin to mend his broken friendship with Jim before this chapter of their lives comes to a close.
Yannis (Australia) James Elazzi – World Premiere
Yannis, a first-generation Greek/Lebanese Australian older teenager has been rejected by his family for being gay and now lives under a bridge, working local beats as a sex-worker. A portrait of culture, sexuality and isolation that asks: Where do we find refuge when the world seems to have forgotten us?
Why Not Both? (Australia) Mansoor Noor – World Premiere
A bisexual man’s strict dating criteria backfires when he finds himself dating two people who seem very similar.
Through Fault (Australia) Emily Brown – World Premiere
Set in Melbourne in 1990. Jo, a young Catholic woman, volunteers as a HIV Hotline counsellor expecting to answer calls from the ill-informed public. However, when her first caller is a young man suffering from AIDS-related dementia, Jo is finally forced to confront the realities of the epidemic she’s been ignoring.