Bi/Gay/Comedy (Australian/Pacific Premiere)
USA (2012) 13 : 56
Director : Hunter Lee Hughes; Producers : Hunter Lee Hughes, Elizabeth Gordon, Jason Fracaro
Harrison DeWinter, a struggling installation artist, begins the process of making his very first feature film even though his mother Brenda calls him a “loser” and his ex-boyfriend Ricky Blaine complains that Harrison “has no talent.” But Harrison is more focused on defending his script from all the jerks who don’t understand it. But soon enough, the handsome actor Bobby Tulane auditions for his film and Bobby is the first person who truly understands Harrison’s work on a soul level...
Boys/Drama/Short (Australian/Pacific Premiere)
USA (2011) 05:24
Director : Jimmy Defebaugh; Producer : Derek Villeneuva
A young lover's emotional attachments are put to the test after discovering his lover's lifeless body.
Gay/Lesbian/Anmationi (World Premiere)
Denmark (0212) 01:00
Director/Producer : Sara Koppel
A small tribute to diversity.
Gay/Lesbian/Comedy (Northern Rivers Premiere)
Aus/USA (2010) 05 : 21
Director/Producer: Pearl Tan
This 16mm film comedy shows a gay couple and a lesbian couple trying to conceive a baby naturally.
Boys/Comedy/Short (Australian/Pacific Premiere)
Aus (2012) 04:57
Director/Producer : Taz Frost
A man puts his friendship on the line during a backyard sparring session.
Gay/Queer/MV (Northern Rivers Premiere)
Germany (2011) 07:03
Director/Producer : Kai Stanicke
A boy experiences new desires while watching a man at an indoor swimming pool. Forced up the diving platform by a rowdy gang, he receives help from an unexpected source. Cold Star is an appeal for acceptance of your own and others sexual identity.
Boys/Drama/Thriller Feature (Australian/Pacific Premiere) (Mandarin/English Subtitles)
China/Hong Kong (2012) 77 mins
Director/Producer : Bruce Saxway
The inseparable brothers Leung and Ming came to the big city pursuing their dreams of being successful actors. Unusual intimacy emerged in their daily life. When the taboo was broken, Leung realized that he was just living underneath the shadow of his brother. Standing on the edge of moral boundaries, Leung tried to pull himself out from the reality, but his world had already fallen apart.