Diversity Short Films
In big cities it's easy to feel isolated, especially if you're Pang Pang who is the only panda in a city of polar bears. His attempts to fit in always end in failure. What's it going to take to make these polar bears realise that Pang Pang is just another kind of bear?Poles Apart is an awards winning and nominated short film within Australia and overseas. It is a student film created by Sen Wong, Steven Smith and Paul Lalo from Griffith Film School.Poles Apart is an universal story that everyone can relate to. In the increasing phenomenon of a worldwide multicultural society, the importance of tolerance and acceptance of other gender, races and cultures has become a central issue.This film has also raised important questions while providing an entertaining "slice-of-life" like storyline and an upbeat resolution of a very modern and recently growing issue.
A beautician named Elvis (also known as Elvira) finds out one day that he has fathered a bouncing baby boy and is left with the challenge of single parenthood.A lighthearted take on the Cebuano LGBT culture that fuses comedy and melodrama, to show that an independently-produced gay film doesn't always have to be about discrimination and oppression.