The short drama, Stray, codirected by Craig Boreham and Dean Francis, has just picked up a North American distribution deal and two prestigious screenings in the United States. “Stray” will screen at the prestigious NewFest - The 19th New York Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, & Transgender Film Festival, May 31-June 10 and then goes on to play to audiences at Frameline31 - San Francisco International LGBT Film Festival.
Stray has also been picked up for distribution in the US and territories by Frameline Distribution.


Stray will also feature in the XPOSED international queer short film festival in berlin later in June.

Craig and Dean worked with young people from the youth support organisation, Twenty10, to produce Stray. 

Other screenings: 
Mardi Gras Film Festival 2007 
Melbourne Queer Film Festival 2007 
Newtown Flicks Film Festival 2007 
Newtown Film Festival 2007 – Finalist

Stray is a contemporary retelling of the classic tale of the City Mouse and the Country Mouse, Stray follows the story of Mouse, a teenager who leaves his home in the country in search of his place in the world. Along the way he is exposed to the seedy underbelly of the city and the people who live there including the broken drag diva Lame` Doe Ray, who takes him under her wing. Will Mouse be led astray and consumed by the drug soaked landscape of the ghetto? Stray was co-produced by Metro Screen's Youth Unit, Channel Free and Twenty10.

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