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Location: Queen Victoria Building, Sydney, Australia. 12th December 2009. More info on IDAHO The Exhibition: http://www.idahosydney.org Camera: Canon HF S11 DoF Adapter: Handy35 V5Plus Lens: Nikon 50mm f/1.4 Edited in: Sony Vegas Music: "Teardrop" by Massive Attack+ More details
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This film is a two act play for the gays -- although not exclusively. Anyone can view this maniacal/quirky off-the-beaten-track production and find something that they can relate to. Some of the characters inside of me take an opportunity to perform their own monologues and soapbox over various issues and situations relating from gay sex to why some of these characters love to perform so much. It's fun, it's raw (as it's not scripted) and it's a free theatre production -- so sit back and enjoy! The concept was inspired by a dedicated follower -- 'Devil Eyes' and improvised by me, in a theatrical monologue style. It had to be somewhat dramatic as well as fun -- this is me we're talking about! :))) XX+ More details
2,650 Plays / 15 Likes / 8 Comments
A short documentary that debates whether or not Lady Gaga is a positive role model, and where I recount how she helped me come to terms with my sexuality. I was the writer, director, producer, cinematographer, and editor on this project along with Korrine Caceres.+ More details
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A Cinedigm release now available on DVD, iTunes, Digital Download and Video On Demand. See http://callmekuchu.com for more. Contact: callmekuchu [at] gmail.com http://callmekuchu.com http://www.facebook.com/callmekuchu http://www.twitter.com/callmekuchu David Kato, Uganda's first openly gay man, is one of few who dare to publicly protest state-sanctioned homophobia. Working with an idiosyncratic clan of fellow activists, including retired Anglican Bishop Christopher Senyonjo, David fights Uganda's government and tabloids in the courts, on television, and at the United Nations. Because, he insists, "if we keep on hiding, they will say we're not here." A film by Katherine Fairfax Wright & Malika Zouhali-Worrall Music by Jon Mandabach+ More details
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The first documentary in 2 years from us, and the first film for 2014! It's a light hearted and fun film about our antics whilst camping out in the Bush , along with the 2 furry babies in tow. However, it's also an excuse for me to unleash an expose if you like - a gay public announcement to update, and for some, inform for the 1st time a few of the unbelievable and draconian gay/human rights issues and laws, especially for a beautiful country like Australia, which still haven't been addressed, but even more shocking, were quickly repealed by the new Prime Minister. It's not all serious in this film - it's done with a slap and tickle! xx+ More details
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"Disciples" explores the lives of three openly-gay ex-Mormons who all left the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints in pursuit of equality, sometimes at great personal cost. "Disciples" documents the unique experiences and challenges they faced in a religion that places a premium on "traditional marriage." The Mormon church, through it's staunch support of Proposition 8 -- California's gay marriage ban -- has demonstrated its inability to help gay Mormons bridge the gap between their sexual identity and the belief system they were raised with. "Very moving and helpful documentary. This will add to the important conversation on the subject." ~ Carol Lynn Pearson, author of "No More Goodbyes: Circling the Wagons around Our Gay Loved Ones", and writer of "Facing East". "Very well done and very moving…an excellent and classy piece of filmmaking." ~ Richard Dutcher, writer/director of "God's Army" and "Brigham City". 2011 Broadcast Education Association Festival of Media Arts Award Winner: Honorable Mention, Student Documentary Competition – Long Form Category. Executive Produced by John Booth; Produced by Desiree Salazar; Cinematography by Alexander Rosen and Jordan Currier; edited by Alexander Rosen; music by Nine Inch Nails and Baths. Directed by Jordan Currier+ More details
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