All in 2014

starting from...now

Webisodes: It’s exciting to see creative, original content not only being made on a shoestring, but utilising new forms of delivery that go outside the traditional in order to reach an audience. To top it off, this series is deliciously addictive, must-see lesbian drama. I'm so happy to see something from the streets of Sydney reach bigger and broader audiences. Just find it, settle in, and see it. You won't be sorry.

boy meets girl

With some distinct pluses and minuses, I enjoyed the film immensely, squealed with delight in some parts and squirmed with discomfort in others. Michelle Hendley is disarmingly good, and I hope that this sweet, affecting love story finds an audience, because it deserves it.

janet king: season one

In the high-powered legal world you have to be tough. Janet is that in spades. She is also unabashedly, unashamedly gay. She takes no crap where her family or sexuality is concerned. She's a true warrior, tough skinned, suffers fools not at all, and gives a walloping several times to people who dare challenge her for her sexuality. She is without a doubt one of the strongest lesbian characters I've ever seen on TV.

appropriate behaviour

Shirin is a self-involved narcissist going through one heck of a break up and emotional meltdown. This is an always passionate, sometimes disjointed, darkly funny, unique ride through the life of somebody we initially don't care about very much, but as Shirin conquers her own identity crisis, we come to understand her, and start to become engaged with her despite ourselves.