Pedro Almodóvar’s latest masterpiece Pain & Glory, Virginia Woolf’s lesbian affair in Vita & Virginia, and time-jumping erotic romance End of the Century all feature in the full line-up.
The festival will return for its seventh edition this September, opening with the gorgeous, award-winning period romance ‘Portrait of a Lady on Fire’.
Co-starring ‘American Beauty’ star Mena Suvari and “lesbian Jesus” herself Hayley Kiyoko, ‘Becks’ is a pitch perfect queer lady dramedy.
Be in with a chance to win one of 12 double passes – with a bonus single ticket on offer for one more lucky entrant.
This Australian documentary looks at boyband fandom, with one subject exploring how her obsession with a particular clean-cut crooner was directly linked to her coming out.
The line-up features 29 fabulous films from 12 countries, with 55 per cent of the program directed or co-directed by women.
If you’re already missing World Cup eye candy, ‘Mario’ will be the perfect pick-me-up.
The 2017 Queer Screen Film Festival runs in New South Wales from September 19 to 24.