This infectiously fun and totally queer Aussie TV series from Lee Galea (“Monster Pies”) follows the romantic love life of cute-as-a-button twink Adam (Will Hutchins) as he is surrounded by semi-helpful friends and family. This is the complete SERIES 1. Series 2 is scheduled to come out later this year. Episode 1 “Anytime” Adam is trying to work on his art project but is too distracted by his brother’s hot friend who is staying the night. Episode 2 “Out” Adam heads out to a gay bar with Marco. Clay opens up to Adam about his secret. Episode 3 “Single” Gabe is learning how to flirt. Adam and Marco have a movie night that gets interrupted by a call from Clay. Episode 4 “Extreme” Adam wants to push a queer theme for his exhibition. Marco and Dazi have their first date. Episode 5 “Same Sex” Gabe spends the day modeling for Adam’s photo shoot. They finally get some alone time. Episode 6 “With You” Adam’s big exhibition has arrived and everyone’s invited. Clay surprises Kat with a gesture to move their relationship forward. Conversation between Gabe and Adam deepens at their movie night.
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Lee Galea is a Maltese Australian film director and writer. He was born on August 22, 1979 in Melbourne, Australia.

He is best known for his feature film “Monster Pies” which premiered in 2013 at the Melbourne Queer Film Festival, and after 23 years of MQFF “Monster Pies” was the first ever Australian film to win Best Feature. It went on to screen at Inside Out Toronto LGBT Film Festival, Philadelphia QFest and The Galway Film Fleadh. “Monster Pies” is distributed in the US and Europe by TLA releasing.

In 2017, Lee released his “Wizard of Oz” adaptation “The Neon Spectrum” starring Joshua Orpin from “DC Titans”, in his feature debut. It was released by Umbrella Entertainment and has been broadcast through the Nine network in Australia.

Lee produced a soundtrack of mostly original songs for his 2019 musical drama “Filterphonic”, which opened the “Lorne Film” festival in the same year. In 2020, “Melbourne indie Film festival” awarded the film Best Drama, Best supporting actress and Best musical.

Lee is now in Post-Production with his newest film “Sexagenarian” and during the 2020 lock down in Melbourne, Lee wrote a queer comedy series “Single, Out”.
– IMDb Mini Biography By: Lee Galea

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