Desiree Lim

Desiree Lim is a filmmaker who thrives on taking action and getting her images out there. She challenges the fine lines between fact and fiction, earth and fire, top and bottom and any other conflicting elements that challenge the imagination. A culturally diverse hybrid growing up in Malaysia and Japan, Desiree's career in film and television started at TV Asahi in Tokyo, Japan. She continued her karmic journey as a visual wanderer in Vancouver, Canada. Her cross-gendered, cross-cultural shorts and debut feature Sugar Sweet have been screened at many Lesbian & Gay Film Festivals in North America, across Europe and Asia. Her Canadian family drama Floored By Love has been chosen by America's largest LGBT magazine, The Advocate, as one of the Top 10 LGBT DVDs for the year 2005. Desiree's most recent films are a short dramatic film and a documentary titled Home, about the human rights abuse of Burmese refugees in her native country Malaysia.


Home (Documentary)

2009, 48:00 minutes, colour, BURMESE, ENGLISH, MALAY

Home (Drama)

2009, 20:50 minutes, colour, BURMESE, ENGLISH, MALAY

Salty Wet

2002, 09:00 minutes, colour, Cantonese & Eng


2001, 08:00 minutes, colour, Japanese w Eng subtitles

Disposable Lez

2000, 07:00 minutes, colour, Japanese w Eng subtitles

Dyke: Just Be It

1999, 02:00 minutes, colour, English