The Queer Fruits Film Festival in NSW’s Northern Rivers region is calling for entries for the 2010 program.
QFFF offers regional GLBTI viewers a unique chance to catch queer film from around the world and was established to feature alongside long-running gay and lesbian New Year’s Eve party, Tropical Fruits.
Tropical Fruits hosts up to 3000 people each year. Last year QFFF attracted queer films from 18 countries and many entries from around Australia.
The films will screen on December 29 and 30 in the lead-up to the party.
Organisers are calling on filmmakers to submit innovative, entertaining, intelligent and celebratory films of all lengths including shorts and features made in the last three years.
Prizes will be awarded by a grand jury with additional prizes for best local film, open to queer filmmakers from the Northern Rivers, and the special jury prize.
Early bird entries, by Friday, April 30, cost $30 to submit or $25 for students.

info: Visit www.queerfruitsfilmfestival.org or to receive a copy of the 2010 entry form and guidelines email info@queerfruitsfilmfestival.org

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