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Queer Screen Film Fest opens September 17

 
Available on more screens than ever, the 8th Queer Screen Film Fest comprises over 40 LGBTIQ+ feature films, documentaries and shorts – 90 percent of which will be on-demand Australia-wide from Thursday 17 September to Thursday 27 September. 

Plus don't miss the drag queen double feature at the Skyline Drive-In of STAGE MOTHER and THE ADVENTURES OF PRISCILLA, QUEEN OF THE DESERT.

With 29 Australian Premieres and films from Berlinale, BFI Flare, Busan and Outfest, plus filmmaker Q&A’s, interviews and virtual hangouts all coming to you in the comfort of your own home, there is nothing stopping you escaping to another time and another place. 

The 8th Queer Screen Film Fest runs 17-27 September. The full program is on sale now - and selling fast!
 
EXPLORE THE PROGRAM

Moonlit Winter
 
With the serene beauty of Japanese winter as a stunning backdrop, we’re warmed by the tender bonds that tie these women to one another, and the tension of two people destined to reunite. Moonlit Winter closed the Busan International Film Festival and is a slow burn joy to watch. 
 
 
 
 
Cicada

Fresh from its world premiere last month, Cicada encapsulates the heat of summer in New York and the casual, but necessary nature of human relationships as together, the handsome Ben and Sam navigate a path away from their past traumas. This is an impressive debut from a filmmaker to watch.
 
 
 
Cocoon

Premiering at Berlinale, Cocoon, a dreamy German coming-of-age film, engulfs us in the world of 14-year-old Nora, as she drifts between the diet-conscious, boy-crazy world of her older sister, the underlying difficulty of her absent mother, and the blossoming awareness of her own sexuality.
 
 
 
Stage Mother

Winning audience awards left right and centre, Stage Mother stars Australia’s Jacki Weaver as a conservative Southern choir leader who, upon the death of her son, becomes the proprietor of his drag bar! Can she handle swapping hymns for showtunes? This comedy kicks off our drive-in double.
 
 
 
Tu Me Manques

In French you don’t say “I miss you”. You say “tu me manques” which translates to “you are missing from me”. Based on a play that started a revolution in Bolivia, Tu Me Manques is an innovative film which turns a deeply personal story into a universal call for love and acceptance. 
 
 
Gossamer Folds

Coming from its World Premiere at Geena Davis' Bentonville Film Festival, Gossamer Folds is a heart-warming tale that moves beyond clichéd stories of gender transition, and centres a Black, trans woman, played by a Black, trans actress, Alexandra Grey, who is empowered to follow her dreams. 
 
 
Proud

Director Philippe Faucon’s critically acclaimed three-part mini series chronicles three years (1981, 1999 and 2013) that were pivotal to France’s emerging LGBTIQ+ rights movement, exploring them through the multi-generational saga of one family. It’s a moving and engrossing watch.
 
 
Holy Trinity

With art design to die for and set in a colourful alternative Chicago where sex- and kink-positivity are the norm, queer dominatrix Trinity discovers she can suddenly talk to dead people. A weird and campy tongue-in-cheek comedy about embracing a life of colouring outside the lines.
 
 
Tremors
 
Caught between two disparate worlds, the ramifications of a single decision will send shockwaves through Pablo's life and family, in this acclaimed Guatemalan drama.
Featuring gorgeous visuals and affecting performances, this is an unwaveringly visceral film that tackles homophobia head on.
 
 
Song Lang
 
1980s Saigon is beautiful in this dreamy melodrama of two men finding solace in each other’s company. The two men from seemingly different walks of life – a gangster and an opera singer – meet, a friendship develops and they soon learn they have more in common than they first thought.
 

 

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