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We are very excited to bring you the best queer shorts from Australia. From animated aliens to musical sluts, it’s all here!
Daniel Monks, 4min, Australia, 2011, English
A beautiful, young woman in desperate need of love musters up the courage to go on her first internet date – but unfortunately her date and her don’t see eye to eye.
Slut the Musical
The Confession of Father John Thomas
Elka Kerkhofs, 5min, Australia, 2011, English
When you’re a penis AND a priest, it’s bound to cause some, uhm, inner conflict. In the heart of the Australian outback lives Father John Thomas. During one of his seemingly innocent confessionals he is caught out by God who pushes him to reveal his true self. Along with the filthy fantasies of fellow sinner Miss Beaver Eater, he finally gets the balls to confess.
Grant Scicluna, 15min, Australia, 2011, English
When Malcolm is offered a shot at parole, his actions inadvertently mark his lover Tye as a target for attacks by other inmates. With the bullying against Tye escalating, Malcolm is torn between his chance for freedom and protecting the one he loves.
Two Guys in a Backyard
Valmay, the Visitor From Beep Beep Beep Bleetlebox 967
Susan Earl, 16min, Australia, 2011, English
After winning the Miss Universe Beauty Pageant on her home planet of Beep Beep Beep Bleetlebox 967, Valmay Beepzup is awarded the glory of being sent to Earth as an ambassador. She crash lands in the middle of Sydney’s Mardi Gras Parade, with her transmographer wrecked.
Vigilant! Healthy! Wholesome!
Lauren Anderson, 14min, Australia, 2011, English
A shop girl living in a repressive town finds herself attracted to a runaway bride who ends up hiding in her shop in this amusing, 50s-style guidance film.