My Queer Career (In Cinema)
My Queer Career (In Cinema)

My Queer Career (In Cinema)

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My Queer Career is Australia's richest queer short film prize with over $14,000 worth of cash and support to be won.

The shorts in the running in 2021 include someone reaching out to an old flame in search for closure, in Call History; Maddie's blooming relationship with another student forces her to make a major decision, in Her Own Music; a gay Afghan asylum seeker finds that his fate is in the hands of his interpreter, in Tribunal; a world-renowned chicken breeder travels the world exhibiting chickens – and himself – in A Rare Breed; a lesbian couple await results that could end not only their plans but their relationship, in The Test; and Francesca and Phyllis open up about their fifty-year relationship, in Why Did She Have to Tell the World?

2021 MY QUEER CAREER PRIZES
BEST FILM
$3000 cash from The Stephen Cummins Film Trust
$2000 worth of legal advice from JP Media Law
Automatic Entry in the Iris Prize, the world richest prize for LGBTIQ short film

BEST SCREENPLAY
$750 cash from Event Cinemas George Street

AUDIENCE AWARD
$3,500 worth of Editing Support from Spectrum Films

EMERGING FILMMAKER
Panavision camera hire, valued at $5000

BEST PERFORMANCE
A 2 Hour one on one acting masterclass, valued at $500 from Actors Centre Australia

2021 MY QUEER CAREER JURY
James Woolley
Executive Director of Frameline, the worlds largest LGBT film festival

Zindzi Okenyo
Actor, Musician and Play School Presenter

Stevie Cruz-Martin
Director & Cinematographer, known for Pulse, Marrow and upcoming SBS On Demand series The Tailings.


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45 St Pauls Street Randwick, NSW, 2031