Inspired by the film, each Beautiful Thing T shirt features a photographic design, combining the film title with the iconic image of Jamie and Ste. In fact, this tee plays homage to the film so well that we dare you not to start belting out Mama Cass lyrics the minute you put it on.
Released in 2008 and directed by Dan Castle, Newcastle tells a complex coming-of-age story of teenagers who aspire to be champion surfers, while exploring intriguing personal relationships and the culture of Newcastle at large. Starring Lachlan Buchanan and Xavier Samuel, the film won Best Cinematography at the 2010 San Diego FilmOut Festival.
Morgan is perhaps the only independent gay film (certainly the only one I can think of) with a leading paraplegic character. That being the case, Morgan may also be the only independent gay film (certainly the only one I can think of) that even touches on the dynamic between the abled and the disabled in a gay relationship.
Released in 1998 and directed by Ana Kokkinos, Head On explores the life of a confused 19 year-old Greek-Australian grappling with his repressed identity amidst the forces of his immigrant family and their place in urban Melbourne. The film, starring Alex Dimitriades, gained many awards, such as the Grand Jury Award at L.A. Outfest.
A film that questions what it means to be family, Daddy is a delightful film adapted from an off-Broadway play. Colin (Gerald McCullouch) is a successful television journalist who has everything he wants, until a young intern disrupts his life and points out the need for something more. Released in 2015 and directed and featuring Gerald McCullouch, Daddy also stars Jaime Cepero and Dan Via.