|Welcome to Geelong Pride Film Festival|
|Tickets for Geelong Pride Film Festival screenings are available here. |
Our next event is an encore screening of Thomas Banks’ Quest for Love
which we will be screening alongside another award-winning Australian film Becoming Colleen.
This screening will be on Thursday 16 May 2019 at Courthouse Youth Arts as a lead-in event to
International Day Against Homophobia, Biphobia and Transphobia (DAHOBIT) which is the following day.
Welcome to Geelong Pride Film Festival
Thank you to everyone who joined us for our second festival of LGBTQIA+ film from 5-7 April 2019.
We are a group of volunteers who want to bring more diversity to the region’s screens through the annual Geelong Pride Film Festival and through one-off feature screenings throughout the year.
Our festival aims to contribute to the development of a thriving and vibrant community in Geelong for those who identify as LGBTQIA+ and our allies.In 2019 are presenting a diverse program of films from across the globe including Kenya (Rafiki), Switzerland (Mario), United Kingdom (Tucked), United States (Mapplethorpe, Dykes Camera, Action!, Wild Nights with Emily) and of course Australia (Ginger, Australian Shorts).
The Classification Board grants GPFF special customs and censorship clearances that mean all audience members must be 18 years or over except where indicated.
Our screening of Transmilitary is for audiences 15 and over.
Full-time students, pensioners, unwaged, seniors.
WorkSafe employees are also eligible for concession tickets to Opening Night and Transmilitary.
The Pivotonian and Courthouse Youth Arts are wheelchair accessible.
The Pivotonian has assisted listening via an audio loop.
Acknowledgement of Country
GPFF wishes to acknowledge that the Geelong Pride Film Festival is held on the traditional lands of the Wadawurrung people. We acknowledge them as Traditional Owners and pay respect to their Elders, past and present.
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