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Queer Screen Mardi Gras Film Festival

Queer Screen Mardi Gras Film Festival

Mardi Gras Film Festival – QueerScreen – There have been lesbian and gay film festivals in Sydney since 1978. Initially these were run by the Australian Film Institute. In 1986, the AFI partnered with what was then theSydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras, to present an annual ‘Sydney Gay Film Week’during the Mardi Gras festival.[…]

Istanbul International Independent Film Festival

Istanbul International Independent Film Festival 2016

!f Istanbul International Independent Film Festival (Rainbow Films) – The !f Istanbul International Independent Film Festival was founded in 2001 and every February and March, it hosts some 70,000 film buffs and celebrated filmmakers from around the world.  Turkey – Istanbul – Feb 18-28, Ankara – Mar 3-6, Izmir – Mar 3-6, 2016 Istanbul International[…]

Bloomington Pride Film Festival 2016

Bloomington Pride Film Festival 2016

Pride: Bloomington’s LGBTQ Film Festival – PRIDE is a Bloomington, IN film festival exploring a wide variety of issues and situations involving the gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender and queer communities. PRIDE programs a variety of live performance, lecture, public participation events and films that express a wide range of viewpoints and feature many different personality[…]

Budapest Pride Film Festival 2016

Budapest Pride Film Festival 2016

Budapest Pride Film Festival (LGBT Film and Cultural Festival) – Budapest returns to lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer (LMBTQ) films from the 20th Budapest Pride Film Festival. From six continents with more than 30 feature films, documentaries and short films, as well as round table discussions related to the projections enrich the program. The film festival[…]

QueerFilmFest Rostock 2015

QueerFilmFest Rostock 2015

QueerFilmFest Rostock – The annual Queer Film Festival presents short films, documentaries and feature films with queer content; and as a kick-off event POLDO; in Peter Weiss’s house to create a space for Liebhaber_innen queer films and enrich the cultural landscape in Rostock something.  Like every year, it is the last day of the feast give[…]

Iris Prize Festival 2015

Iris Prize Festival 2015

The Iris Prize – The Iris Prize – Cardiff’s International lgbt short film prize supported by The Michael Bishop Foundation is the only short film prize in the world which allows the winner to make a new film. Iris is what film makers need – funding, support and guidance. The Iris Prize is presented annually during[…]

SHOUT LGBTQ Film Festival

SHOUT LGBTQ Film Festival

Birmingham SHOUT Gay & Lesbian Film Festival – Birmingham SHOUT is Alabama’s first and only LGBTQ film festival and is proud to support the growing lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans*, and otherwise queer community in the Magic City, along with providing compelling content for anyone interested in independent films. Birmingham, AL. SHOUT LGBTQ Film Festival Alabama’s first and[…]

Provincetown Film Festival 2015

Provincetown Film Festival 2015

Provincetown International Film Festival – The Provincetown Film Society (PFS) is a non-profit dedicated to continuing the founding mission of the Provincetown Art Colony – to provide a welcoming, nurturing and inspiring environment for boundless and authentic creative exploration – in film. From the time it was founded in 1998 the Society has been committed to[…]

TranScreen 2015 Amsterdam Transgender Film Festival

TranScreen Amsterdam Transgender Film Festival  The TranScreen Amsterdam Transgender Film Festival, for/by transgender people & their allies. TranScreen shows a wide range of transgender themed films and art. Works that dare challenge and engage with our societies’ views on gender and other issues that intersect with transgender experiences such as identity, race, age, ability, nationality[…]

Translations Seattle Transgender Film Festival 2015

Translations: The Seattle Transgender Film Festival – is a groundbreaking film festival that provides the Pacific Northwest with a venue for films by, for, and about transgender people and the issues facing the transgender community. Launched in 2006, Translations is one of only a few transgender film festivals in the world, and places emphasis on[…]