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My Queer Career 2015

My Queer Career 2015 judges:
Lisa Daniels, Director of Melbourne Queer Film Festival
David Jowsey, producer Mystery Road, Goldstone, Jasper Jones
Daniel Ribeiro, director The Way He Looks

Metro Screen Award NSW Filmmaker Award
Like Breathing
Directed by Liz Cooper
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Event Cinemas Best Original Screenplay
Hole
Directed by Tony Radevski

My Queer Career Winner for Best Film
Hole
Directed by Tony Radevski

Spectrum Films Audience Award
Nineteen
Directed by Madeline Kelly

 

 Title  Director  Runtime  Synopsis
A Priest in the Family Peter Humble and Anni Finsterer 33 When Molly learns that her son Frank, a local parish priest, is to go on trial for sexual abuse, the tragic circumstances provide them with an opportunity for reconciliation.
Drag Mama Benjamin Strum 7 A fantasty film about a young boy who wants to wear a dress to school, but isn’t allowed, so his ‘Very Drag Mother’ turns him into a queen until midnight.
Glory Hole Jarrod Carter 26 Todd James is not your typical 44 year old IT consultant. For the past two years the front door of his Gold Coast home has been a popular glory hole.
Hole Tony Radevski 5 An excellent animated film about two men who share an unlikely encournter in a bathroom cubicle.
Like Breathing Elizabeth Cooper 13 Max works for her father as a mechanic and she feels like she will never be able to find the courage to voice what she really wants – but then she meets Bel.
MyMy Anna Helme 15 A young man longs to connect with the world. Frustrated, he uses a cyberfeminist CD-Rom to create a cyborg twin.
Nineteen Madeline Kelly 10 There is only one thing in life that is certain, and at nineteen it’s already knocking on Black’s door. But first can he experience one of life’s greatest pleasures?
Plunge Kate Lefoe 5 One hot afternoon two young women travel to a remote waterhole. When they decide to do a dangerous act, something very strange happens.
Teagan Sheldon Lieberman and Igor Coric 5 A stroy of transition – from male to female, and from despondency to happieness. The film touches on the fear and loneliness of living in the closet, and the joy that comes with stepping into the light.

 

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