Christopher Amos is an Australian Director and Producer born in Brisbane, Australia, a resident of London for two decades from 1999 before his return home in 2019 to live in Surfers Paradise, Gold Coast.
A longtime Journalist and LGBT+ Activist, Christopher has created media content and entertainment for over two decades including his roles as Editor-in-Chief of Bent magazine in the UK and owner of iconic club Manbar in London’s trendy Soho neighbourhood.
Christopher has produced and directed independent short films, promos, and documentaries. In 2015 he made his feature-length documentary debut by producing the cult film Dressed as a Girl, which premiered at Sheffield Doc/Fest.
Christopher originally graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Film & Television from the Queensland University of Technology and studied a Masters in Scriptwriting from the London School of Film, Media & Performance.
IIn 2021, Christopher was nominated for Best Director Feature Documentary at the Australian Directors Guild Awards for Hating Peter Tatchell, the critically acclaimed life story of the controversial human rights activist, starring Ian McKellen, and Stephen Fry.
Cult Feature Documentary DRESSED AS A GIRL
Biographical Feature Documentary HATING PETER TATCHELL
British Rom-Com Musical DANCING QUEENS
Documentary Thriller COALSPIRACY
Aussie Road Trip Thriller MOTORHOME