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Queer Screen will travel to Adelaide for November 3 – 4, screening highlights from the 5th Queer Screen Film Fest at GU Film House, as part of Feast.

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PRINCESS CYD by Stephen Cone
USA; English with no subtitles
Friday 3 November, 6:30pm, GU Film House, Adelaide

When teenager Cyd moves in with her aunt during the summer and meets an androgynous girl, they both grapple with sexuality and faith, and their different beliefs. Buy tickets here.

AFTER LOUIE by Vincent Gagliostro
USA; English with no subtitles
Friday 3 November, 8:30pm, GU Film House, Adelaide

Alan Cumming gives a career best performance as artist and activist Sam. Frustrated and struggling with survivor guilt, everything changes when he forms an intergenerational connection with a young, sexy, carefree rent boy, Braeden. Buy tickets here.

THE FEELS by Jenée LaMarque
USA; English with no subtitles
Saturday 4 November, 6pm, GU Film House, Adelaide

This sweet and sexy romp, set during a lesbian bachelorette weekend away, questions all we know about love, sex, and intimacy after one of the brides-to-be lets slip her biggest secret. Buy tickets here.

TOM OF FINLAND by Dome Karukoski
Finland; German and Finnish with English subtitles
Saturday 4 November, 8pm, GU Film House, Adelaide

Leather, denim and elastic straining with swollen, hypersexualised musclemen undressing, groping, kissing and more. If you thought of Tom of Finland, you’re not alone. Buy tickets here.

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