by Craig Boreham

Australia 2022, 95'

Two young men make a connection neither of them expects or knows how to navigate

Casey, a young man from the countryside running from a small-town scandal, finds himself down and out in the big smoke of Sydney. When he meets Tib, a young city lad, struggling with his own scars of isolation, there’s chemistry, not only sexually but also emotionally as both men find something they have been missing. Can they overcome their own insecurities and let the other in or are the walls they have built too strong to knock down?



Seattle IFF 2022
Lovers IFF 2022
Frameline 2022
Inside Out Toronto 2022
Out Film CT 2022
Guadalajara IFF 2022
Provincetown FF 2022
Sydney FF 2022
Outfest Los Angeles 2022
Melbourne FF 2022
Taiwan International Queer FF 2022
Gender Bender Bologna 2022
Hong Kong Lesbian & Gay FF 2022
Fringe! Queer Film & Arts Fest 2022
Queer FF Tirana 2022
Humen FF 2022
Festival do Rio 2022
Asian FF Barcelona 2022
Seoul International Pride Film 2022
Festival Mix Brasil 2022
Chéries - Chéris Paris 2022
Reeling Chicago 2022
NewFest 2022
OutSouth 2022
image+nation35 2022
FilmOut San Diego 2022
Out on Film 2022
aGLIFF 2022
ImageOut 2022
Tampa International Gay & Lesbian 2022
ReelPride FF 2022
Cinema Diverse 2022
OUTshine 2022
Portland Queer 2022
Toulouse « Des Images aux Mots » 2023
Ecrans Mixtes 2023
Brno Pride Week 2023
Mix Mexico! 2023
Sunny Bunny 2023
Rainbow Reel Tokyo 2023

Cast & Crew

With: Josh Lavery as Casey; Daniel Gabriel as Tib; Anni Finsterer as Carol; Ian Roberts as Pietro

Production company: Breathless Films & JJ Splice Films

Producer: Ulysses Oliver, Dean Francis, Ben Ferris, Craig Boreham

Co-producers: Paul Struthers (EP), David Libter (AP)

Craig Boreham

Craig Boreham is an award-winning Sydney based writer and director. Boreham’s films have screened at over 200 international festivals: including the Berlin IFF, Sydney FF, Cannes, Palm Springs, Frameline and Outfest. He has received numerous awards and nominations including the Berlinale Teddy Award for his short film TRANSIENT and four nominations for the prestigious Iris Prize in Wales. Other awards include Best Film at My Queer Career (Drowning, Ostia La Notte Finale), Mardi Gras Film Festival, The City of Melbourne Best Short Film Award, Melbourne Queer Film Festival and National Film Sound Archive Orlando Award among others. In 2008 a retrospective of Craig’s work, Cinema of True Poison was presented by Fundacion Triangulo in Madrid. Craig’s debut feature film TEENAGE KICKS premiered at the Sydney FF in 2016 to critical acclaim. The Guardian, named Boreham as “a strong new voice in Australian Queer cinema”, and the film was runner up in the Sydney Film Festival Audience Awards. A graduate of the University of Technology Sydney (UTS) and the Australian Film Television and Radio School (AFTRS), Craig is currently developing several new feature projects.