Conceived and directed by Peter Dudar, the film details Bruce Eves’ cutting-edge career in the international art scene. Eves’ visually creative use of code includes Polari, a ‘secret’ gay anti-language. Stylistically the film is dynamic and original, plus witty and unflinchingly honest. While engaging the intellect, it ranges emotionally from laugh-out-loud funny to deeply sad. Its fresh approach to the culture and politics of the last half century is a must-see. Following the film, Bruce Eves and Peter Dudar were joined by UK-based curator David Gleeson for a panel discussion.