Frame X Frame
enables gay and lesbian film media artists to gain exposure in their craft, regardless of their experience.
The event charge is $10 for a fifty minute film session and includes a free after party at Phoenix on Flinders Street where Shaggs, of Witness Protection Program, tickles the vinyl.
All proceeds go to the Victorian Aids Council's David Williams Fund providing financial and material assistance to those living with HIV and hardship. Please join with us to help celebrate the efforts of these artists and to further the work of the David Williams Fund. Frame X Frame
short film fundraising evening includes the dark picture Bad Ass Mono-Winged Ang
el by established director Kieran Galvin, which tells the story of three young adults conspiring to have a baby the old fashioned way, with tragic results.
Rachel Maher's film, Misstar showcases the spunky drag king Johnny Gash, as he gets his gear on for the night's show. Also screening is the latest short film offering by 32 year old film maker Jason Parkinson, Social Science, which follows the events of one evening when a character's lies, manipulation and bad behavior start to catch up with him.
The screening also includes films by other local talent including Kylie Eddy's Test Drive, Jim Stamatakos' Telos, Adam Potrykus' Drag My Feat, and the winner of the Best Student Film from the 1999 St Kilda Festival, Escape from Hell by Dean Francis.