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Queer Screen Film Feast, Adelaide 2017

Queer Screen Film Feast, Adelaide 2017

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. Join our Mailing List and like our Facebook Page for regular updates on the festival. Become a Queer Screen Member...
Queer Screen Film Fest 2017 – first movies

Queer Screen Film Fest 2017 – first movies

The 5th Queer Screen Film Fest, brought to you by Queer Screen is back! From Tuesday 19th September to Sunday 24th September at Event Cinemas George Street. We are thrilled to announce the first three films of what will be a fantastic array of LGBTIQ film from around...
Queer Screen Film Fest 2017

Queer Screen Film Fest 2017

The 5th Queer Screen Film Fest, brought to you by Queer Screen is back! From Tuesday 19th September to Sunday 24th September at Event Cinemas George Street. We are thrilled to announce the first three films of what will be a fantastic array of LGBTIQ film from around...
Dax Shepard denies new film ‘CHiPS’ is homophobic

Dax Shepard denies new film ‘CHiPS’ is homophobic

Dax Shepard’s new film, CHiPS, has been accused of being homophobic as it features several scenes in which the main characters appear to be visibly disturbed by the idea of male-on-male contact. One scene sees an FBI agent accidentally face-planting his...
Mardi Gras Film Festival 2017 Highlight: Real Boy

Mardi Gras Film Festival 2017 Highlight: Real Boy

Real Boy follows Bennett as he struggles to find his place in his fractured family, makes friends who see him for who he is, and ultimately transitions to become a man. While Bennett goes through some of the hallmarks of puberty – pimples, voice breaking, and hair in...
Asia Pacific Film Festival Alliance Shorts 2016

Asia Pacific Film Festival Alliance Shorts 2016

Queer Screen is proud to be a founding member of an alliance of Asian queer film festivals: the Asia Pacific Queer Film Festival Alliance. To showcase the amazing queer films being developed in this region, the Alliance has put together a package of the best in new,...
Mardi Gras Film Festival 2017 Highlight: Out Run

Mardi Gras Film Festival 2017 Highlight: Out Run

Bemz Benedito dreams of becoming the first transgender person in the Philippine Congress, representing the LGBTIQ party Ladlad. This documentary on her journey and that of the first LGBTIQ political party in the Philippines, Ladlad is at times uplifting, heartbreaking...

On Sale: Mardi Gras Film Festival 2017

Don’t Call Me Son Fri 17 Feb, 7:00pm Event Cinemas George Street In this powerful drama a teenager returns to live with his upper class biological parents, who disapprove of him dressing in women’s clothing. A Brazilian winner of the prestigious Teddy...
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