Brisbane Queer Film Festival kicks off this next week, promising a sizzling selection of the best and most diverse queer cinema from Australia and around …
Starting today, the 17th Brisbane Queer Film Festival moves to its new home at the New Farm Cinemas, continuing to offer diverse and compelling cinematic content from not only around Australia and the world, but local Brisbane works as well.
Brisbane’s queer arts and culture festival has wrapped up another stellar year with promises it can only get better in 2017.
The director of ‘Gaybies’ explains why he expects the play to soon become a historical piece, while one half of the Naked Magicians invites the anti-gay lobby group to come see the production.
We chat with the producer of ‘The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust’ about the new direction his show will take following the legend’s death.
“Doing a dirty” on Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras, a former Play School star, a genderless beauty pageant and of course, Carlotta. These are just a few of the many highlights looking to wow audiences during this year’s Brisbane MELT queer arts festival.
In the first part of the Star Observer’s extensive coverage of Brisbane’s MELT queer arts and cultural festival, we sat down with new director Adam Gardnir to discuss his hopes for MELT’s huge second year and what Brisbane and Australia can expect to see in years to come.
Returning to Brisbane as part of the Wonderland Festival, “I Want To Know What Love Is” explores the theme of anonymous confessions of love from around the world.