Cast: Donogh Rees, Hamish Parkinson, Simon Prast
Grace must prove that her pray-away-the-gay dog therapy works by trying to “cure” Fergis the pug of his homosexuality.
Kyan Krumdieck is a Denver-born, Christchurch-raised, UC Berkeley–educated, Auckland-based queer filmmaker. His films are a blend of character comedy and drama that often tackle some aspect of sexuality. In 2018 he was named New Filmmaker of the Year by SPADA, New Zealand’s Producer’s Guild. Krumdieck’s first funded film Repugnant won the People’s Choice Award at Show Me Shorts, New Zealand’s largest short film festival. He also wrote and directed The Sisterhood, which won Best Web Pilot at NZ Web Fest 2017. Professionally, Krumdieck has written for two of New Zealand’s highest-rated shows, Shortland Street and 7 Days.
Life is too messy and complicated not to find the humor baked into every moment — especially when…