Queer Screen today announced the full line-up for the 24th Mardi Gras Film Festival (MGFF), with a wide array of features and shorts screening from February …
Parramatta’s Riverside Theatre will once again host highlights of the Mardi Gras Film Festival for LGBTI people and their friends and family in Sydney’s western suburbs.
The Melbourne Queer Film Festival remains one of the world’s largest and longest running film festivals with an LGBTI focus. Matthew Wade caught up with the festival’s team to talk about the importance of queer film festivals and representing more diversity than audiences are exposed to in mainstream cinema.
In his first public LGBTI community commitment, Australia’s most decorated Olympian will join five other athletes for a panel discussion about being gay in sport.
The Australian premiere of gay Brazilian film ‘Seashore’ has just been added to the line-up of the 2016 Mardi Gras Film Festival.
Holding the Man’s six nominations makes it the strongest contender of gay-themed films nominated in this year’s annual celebration of Australian film.
Sydney film student Cédric Eugène Desenfants is in the middle of filming his gay-themed major film, Burning Soul United Under The Flag, and needs support from the community to help make it a reality.