Queer production house Stickybeak Films will screen a selection of their award-winning work at Hoyts Cinema Paris in Moore Park from 7:30pm on November 5.

Viewers will be treated to screenings of comedies Slut: The Musical (a ‘musical about embracing your inner slut’), soap opera parody The Vicious and the Delicious, and Frontbum Dancin’, the tale of two girls and their ‘unusual’ style of dance.

Documentary fans should enjoy Ready or Not, a compendium of three short true stories about queer life, and the night’s feature presentation, Holding Hands. The film lays bare what really happened when Sydney couple Craig and Shane suffered a hate crime, and follows their lives over a year as they pick up the pieces.

Thanks to Stickybeak Films, we’ve got four tickets to the night to give away to lucky Star Online readers. For your chance to win yourself a ticket, simply enter your details below. Winners will be notified via email and each winners’ ticket will be available for collection in the foyer on the night.

INFO: Queer Film Extravaganza, Cinema Paris Moore Park, 7.30pm, November 5. Tickets $20 from www.stickybeakfilms.com

COMPETITION CLOSED. WINNERS:

Hayley L, Erskineville
Rhonda C, Avalon
Nathan A, Surry Hills
Carlos C, Potts Point

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