Australia | 2009 | 8mins | colour
Set in a surreal all-gay world, Breeders follows the fight for equal rights for heterosexuals. Prime Minister Susan Sanderson is passing a law banning blended births while the Natural Births movement is determined to stop her.
D'une Rive A L'Autre
Canada | 2009 | 18mins | 35mm | colour | subtitled
A torrid lesbian affair is jeopardised as Mariell falls in love with a female co-worker; however, her devout brother demands that she marry a dear family friend to whom she’s been promised.
I Saw Patrick Last Night
Borja Alvarez Ramirez
USA | 2009 | 3mins | MiniDV | black & white
Veronika falls in love with her friend and they start seeing each other. But during a short morning walk she realises her girlfriend has many doubts…
Make A Mate
Jennifer Jordan Day
USA | 2009 | 4mins | Beta | colour
What matters most to you when picking a partner? Would you knowingly choose a cheater, back stabber or heart breaker? Does it matter what gender your partner is? Who knows how perfect partners are created… but wouldn’t it be nice if we had some control?
Germany | 2009 | 12mins | Beta | colour
Eight young people speak about their lives. Tellingly, a young woman named Laura has a special part in all their stories.
England | 2008 | 12mins | Beta | colour
The Drowners tells the tale of two synchronised swimmers who fall for each other. Charlotte and her synchronised swimming team are putting on an innovative version of The Sleeping Beauty. Her world is thrown off-balance by the arrival of new swimmer Amanda.
The Hitchhiker Project
Canada | 2008 | 15mins | colour
Beauty, lust and betrayal lurk around every corner in a world full of glamour. The Hitchhiker Project is a short film which portrays the superficial lives of young people who live in a world of materialism.
The Sheep And The Ranch Hand
USA | 2009 | 12mins | Beta | colour
A provocative sexy romp through the dream of a woman transformed into a sheep. In love and in lust with her handsomely butch ranch hand, she delights in being her bestial self, and finds a freedom both unexpected and profoundly empowering.