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13 – 16 October 2005, Touring Festival: Q FILM FESTIVAL-BALI 2005

Touring Festival: Q FILM FESTIVAL BALI 2005
International Gay and Lesbian Film Festival

13 – 16 October 2005 and 20 – 23 October 2005
only at
PADMA STADIUM CAFE
jl. Padma (2nd Floor), Kuta, Bali
Indonesia

FREE ENTRY – please be on time
call +62(361)760070 for Reservation
Film Schedule:

Date Time Program Title
Thursday, 13 October starts 08.00 pm 1. Made In Indonesia (Shorts Program)
2. FAQS
Friday, 14 October starts 08.00 pm 1. Wizard From OZ (Shorts Program)
2. Poster Boy
Saturday, 15 October starts 08.00 pm 1. Wizard From OZ (Shorts Program)
2. FAQS
Sunday, 16 October starts 08.00 pm 1. Made In Indonesia (Shorts Program)
2. Poster Boy
Thursday, 20 October starts 08.00 pm 1. Made In Indonesia (Shorts Program)
2. FAQS
Friday, 21 October starts 08.00 pm 1. Wizard From OZ (Shorts Program)
2. Poster Boy
Saturday, 22 October starts 01.00 pm 1. Wizard From OZ (Shorts Program)
2. FAQS
Sunday, 23 October starts 01.00 pm 1. Made In Indonesia (Shorts Program)
2. Poster Boy

PROGRAM DETAILS

MADE IN INDONESIA

( Total Running Time : 82 minutes )
– Thursday, 13 October 2005, 08:00 pm
– Sunday, 16 October 2005, 08.00 pm
– Thursday, 20 October 2005, 08:00 pm
– Sunday, 23 October 2005, 01.00 pm

 

A Long Stick Waffle between Two Cherries
Indonesia, 2005, 13 minutes, Color
Director: Billy Christian / Indonesian

Gina is looking forward to meet her past love interest, Robin, after no contact for five years. On the way to the cafe she meets indecisive Tom, who contemplates on professing his love to his lover. To much surprise Tom shows up later in Gina’s meeting and confesses his love to his lover… Robin!

 

Black Cherry

 

Dear My Daughter
Indonesia, 2003, 4 minutes, Color
Director: Billy Christian / Indonesian with English Subtitles

Sita is a 14-year old girl who lives in an isolated house with an old woman, known to her as her mother. With no friends in the area, Sita talks to the flowers on her windowsill. One day her world is turned upside down when she sees that her mother has ?something? down her skirt.

Official selection at Pusan International Film Festival 2004

  Fever
Indonesia, 2005, 6 minutes, Color
Director: Paul F. Agusta / No Dialogue

An exploration of sensuality and sexual tension through the blending of bodies and sound.

  Lihat
Indonesia, 2005, 6 minutes, Color
Director: Zeke Morse / Ramondo Gascaro
Music by SORE from the debut album CENTRALISMO

Two men revisit places in their memory. Trying to recapture something they could not remember. Is it a memory or a long buried desire?

  Paris Dreams
Indonesia, 2005, 15 minutes, Color
Director: Dhani Agustinus / In Indonesian

The movie tells the bitter sweet life story of Wulandari, a 34 years old retired transgender sex worker on the harsh streets of Paris. Now Wulandari struggles to resume a normal life as a housewife with her Tunisian French partner.

  Still
Indonesia, 2005, 20mins, Color
Director: Lucky Kuswandi / In English and Indonesian with English Subtitles

Chronicling a young gay man?s coming-of-age experience running away from home, Still traces the physical and emotional landscapes the troubled soul treads in his journey to self-discovery, acceptance and connection with his family.

  Un Dimanche Comme Les Autres
Indonesia, 2005, 12 minutes, Color
Director: Rizal Halim / No Dialogue

This is the story of a young man in solitude. He tries to fight loneliness by all means, and even resorts to extreme measures.


WIZARD FROM OZ

( Total Running Time : 112 minutes )
– Friday, 14 October 2005, 08.00 pm
– Saturday, 15 October 2005, 08.00 pm
– Friday, 21 October 2005, 08.00 pm
– Saturday, 22 October 2005, 01.00 pm

  Booth
Australia, 2003, 7 minutes, Color
Director: Craig Boreham
No Dialogue

Come and take a peak inside the dark backroom of a porn set, where boys always work hard for their money.

  Healing
Australia, 2004, 12 minutes, Color
Director: Andrew Bettridge
In English

What is the cost of love in a loveless society? Healing follows a self proclaimed ?healer? who discovers that physical pain can bring back feelings of love.

  Hitch Cock
Australia, 2004, 9 minutes, Color
Director: Stuart Vauvert
In English

Steve arrives home one night and witnesses the unimaginable through his rear window. Unable to come to terms with what he has seen, Steve discovers the full effect this secret has on his psyche.

  Joyce in Space
Australia, 2004, 9 minutes, Color
Director: Robbie Baldwin
In English

The quintessential film about the power of the almost human-spirit starring the drag artiste Joyce Maynge.

  Layover
Australia, 2004, 7 minutes, Color
Director: Ashlee Page
In English

You have a date with an airhostess but your grandmother needs you. What would you do? Don?t decide before you see LAYOVER. A moral conundrum of generational loyalty versus lusts of the flesh. Will the blood ties win? Or will blood boil? Either way things are heating up.

  Moustache
Australia, 2004, 13 minutes, Color
Director: Vicki Sugars
In English

Something is missing in Betty?s married life. To kick start those passionless moments Mother Nature lends a hand. But Stan?s got other ideas when things start a-sprouting.

Awards and Nominations:
The Screenplay Award, My Queer Career Awards at Mardi Gras Film Festival, Sydney, 2005

  Ocha Envy
Australia, 2004, 7 minutes, Color
Director: Liam Benson
In English

Using the bathtub as a cleansing zone for gender, Benson reclines with a phallic spout leering over his shoulder and rests his hairy thong clad legs on the side of the bath. The cleansing process begins with a drinking binge. The beer suppresses his fears and releases inhibition unlocking the rough edged clumsy male within. Finally he chants Waltsing Matilda as his leave in conditioner until the alcohol sets in and he is right back where he started, naked and confused.

  Running Without Sound
Australia, 2003, 13 minutes, Color
Director: Judd King
In English

Internalized homophobia and youthful excitement clash to upturn the world of a deaf high school cross-country runner.

  Tomboy
Australia, 2004, 26 minutes, Color
Director: Judith Cobb
In English

Explores the pleasures and possibilities of being a tomboy through the personal experiences of four girls who refuse to conform to traditional gender categories.

  Transient
Australia, 2004, 9 minutes, Color
Director: Craig Boreham
In English

An end of love story about small moments of hope, travelling, loss, capitalism and love.

Awards and Nominations:
Audience Choice Award, My Queer Career Awards, Mardi Gras Film Festival, Sydney, 2005
Best Short film award, Melbourne Queer Film Festival
Audience Choice Award, Melbourne Queer Film Festival
Nomination, Teddy Award, Berlin International Film Festival


POSTER BOY
USA, 2004, 100 minutes, Color
Director: Zak Tucker
In English
Schedule:
Friday, 14 October 2005, 10:00 pm
Sunday, 16 October 2005, 09:30 pm
Friday, 21 October 2005, 10:00 pm
Sunday, 23 October 2005, 02:30 pm

A politically-minded coming of age story, POSTER BOY stars Matt Newton in the title role of Henry, the closeted son of U.S. Senator Jack Kray (Michael Lerner) in the midst of a tight re-election campaign. Framed by Henry?s ?tell-all? interview with a hard-boiled newspaper reporter (Steve Sheffler), POSTER BOY?s loose narrative style and jangly photography bring a lively and edgy sensibility to this timely story of loyalty and identity. As POSTER BOY begins, political activist Anthony (Jack Noseworthy) awakens as another one- nightstand disappears without a trace. His sullen roommate Izzie (Valerie Geffner) thinks back to happier times with a boyfriend we learn has given her HIV.

Award and Nomination:
Best Screenwriting at LA Outfest 2004
Best Film Nomination Golden Leopard at Locarno International Film Festival, Switzerland 2004
Schedule:
Thursday, 13 October 2005, 09.30 pm
Saturday, 15 October 2005, 10.00 pm
Thursday, 20 October 2005, 09.30 pm
Saturday, 22 October 2005, 03.00 pm


FAQS
UK/USA, 2005, 90 minutes, Color
Director: Everett Lewis
In English

Destiny takes in India after saving him from a queer bashing, and together with her other ‘rainbow child’ Lester, they live together and become a family. After working all day to put food on the table, Destiny gets dragged up with her silver pistol and patrols the streets of West Hollywood, protecting her ‘children’ and ‘other people’s children’ from the straight jocks who chase or bash gays for a rush.

Against this unconventional but fully-functioning queer family, will India find true love or forever be a cute one-night stand? Will Lester find a girlfriend (or shave her legs), and will Destiny ever find herself a man? Anything can happen, and in FAQS everything does happen in a very short space of time – climaxing with our queer musketeers freeing themselves from the homophobic bonds of an oppressive American society


This event made possible by:

PADMA STADIUM CAFE
jl. Padma (2nd Floor), Kuta, Bali
Indonesia
tel:+62(361)760070

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Q Film Festival
http://www.qfilmfestival.com

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http://minikino.org

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