“That’s why those people are my tribe, really – it takes a lot of courage to stand up in a society where the majority of people aren’t gay or trans.”
“HIV exposed the queerness of sexuality. And this was partly why it galvanised so many different types of people to join forces and fight.”
“It was a really heavy but unbelievable book that I loved”
“It certainly leads you to believe that somebody was targeting us – we were appalled and shocked”
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.
The Mardi Gras Film Festival launches tonight and to celebrate the fantastic line up of LGBTI films in this year’s event the Star Observer will feature one film every week. First off, Remembering the Man
The Victorian AIDS Council recently held its annual general meeting, where the director of Holding the Man was given the President’s Award.