Queerstralia wins factual award in Seattle

ABC series wins at event held by the World Congress of Science and Factual Producers.

ABC documentary series Queerstralia has picked up an award at an event hosted by the World Congress of Science and Factual Producers.

The series produced by Guesswork Television won a Best History Program / Content – Long Format category at The Buzzies.

The series, hosted by Zoe Coombs Marr, outclassed other titles including JFK: One Day in America: Assassination, The Real Crown: Inside the House of Windsor and Australia’s own Shackleton: The Greatest Story of Survival by Wild Pacific Media.

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      1. It’s the home of Starbucks. It’s culturally significant for LGBT+. Yes qeer cafe’s across the world. Though got to appreciate cultural centres and origins. Let’s not forget the 10 Things I Hate About You movie, Nirvana, grunge music etc. I’m sure Starbucks is for everyone, by the way. Just standing up for Seattle, that’s all.

        1. I thoroughly enjoyed Queertralia (I’m not of that persuasion by the way) but I’m glad the series got some recognition…I personally don’t think Seattle needs standing up for…Los Angeles is/was…so is/was Greenwich Village in Manhattan New York…..Mattachine Society and The Stonewall Riots come to mind as well…there are cultural significant places all around the world for LGBTQAI+ ….we even have our own in the suburb where I live..run by a local political candidate….instead I personally think we should all stand up for the LGBTQIA+ community…as for Starbucks they just sell overpriced posh coffees…😂

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