- Outstanding First Feature: Urbania
- Audience Award for Narrative Feature: Big Eden
- Audience Award for Documentary Feature: Paragraph 175
- Audience Award for Short Film: Crush
Frameline24 (2000) Films
Tough cop Curran (Michael Douglas) is assigned to investigate a brutal ice pick murder. His only suspect is the provocative Trammel (Sharon Stone), also the victim's bisexual girlfriend. After a panty-less interrogation (and one of the most talked about beaver shots in movie history), Curran becomes obsessed with Trammel, and when he discovers that his ex-girlfriend once slept with her... well...
With their raw sexuality and hard-hitting politics, the “Macho Dancer” films, begun by Lino Brocka before his death and continued now by Mel Chionglo, are a unique force within this strong and nourishing national cinema. Because their generic elements are so intrinsically political — young, beautiful provincial boys are recruited to dance and sell themselves to foreign sex tourists...
Breaking records as the most watched documentary on Australian television, where it first aired on World AIDS Day in 1999, Chrissy is an honest and daring film taking us inside the life of an ex-runaway and street kid. Chrissy was diagnosed HIV+ at age 18, initially hiding both her sexuality and her diagnosis from her family.
The Dead Boys’ Club is the story of a young man in a world haunted by the absence of an entire generation of men that have gone before him. It’s a generation that he should have known but, because of AIDS, is one that he can only imagine, in this seminal short by Mark Christopher.