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Queerguru’s TOP 10 QUEER FILMS FROM DOWN UNDER

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Queer Cinema in Australia is a major resource for some of the very best queer narrative features and documentaries that are around today. We try and watch as many as we can and have drawn up a list of our favorites in QUEERURU’S TOP 10 QUEER FILMS FROM DOWN UNDER all of which (bar maybe one) that can now be viewed streaming on or DVD in most places around the Globe 

Black DivazBallroom RulesGayby BabyHolding The Man FilmRemembering the Man#PulseFilmScrum (film)Teenage Kicks (film)Women He’s UndressedThe Coming Back Out Ball MovieThe Dream Children – The Movie [Fan Page]



Terror Nullius : Movie bingo Aussie style

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  Terror Nullius is an anarchic 55 minute scrapbook of hundreds of movies and TV programs sewn together to deliver a two fingered salute to the Crocodile Dundee notion of colonial white Aussie manhood. Crudely clever, but lacking a continuous narrative, it manages to suggest a whole load of cinematic what-if scenarios that film makers could embrace … Continue reading



Unsound : a journey of self acceptance

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  This feature debut from Australian TV director  Ian Watson tackles the sensitive subject of self acceptance with great sincerity  and full of well-meaning intentions which sadly falls flat on the screen.   It’s the story of Noah (Reece Noi) a  young Brit/Australian gay musician who is feeling so unsettled that he quits the Tour of … Continue reading



Listen : the first breakup always seems like the end of the world

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  Struggling with the breakup of a relationship is tough at any age, but it seems like the end of the world  when it’s your first love. This touching short film from writer/director Stewart Hannah is the story of Tom and Adam who cannot move on two months after they decided to part ways after … Continue reading



Ladies In Black : putting color into Sydney in the 1950’s

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  Veteran Australian filmmaker Bruce Beresford (Driving Miss Daisy) has evidently taken some 25 years to adapt the the bestselling novel by Madeleine St John to the screen.  The result is a decidedly old-fashioned comedy drama that highlights the gentle world of Sydney in 1959 with just a hint of a message about the settlement … Continue reading



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