image: Hartenprins / Prince of Hearts (Dir: Zino Bakker) - Rainbow Shorts 2021

Rainbow Shorts 2021 - Showcase

A collection of short films that celebrate the LGBTIQ+ rainbow. Presented as part of the Geelong Rainbow Festival in Partnership with Geelong Rainbow Inc.

Limited tickets available to allow for social distancing. Seating will be allocated to ensure distance between attendees.

Film Submissions now open for 2021

Calling all LGBTIQ+ Filmmakers. Geelong pride Film Festival is now open for submissions for our 2021 festival and for special events and screenings.

To find out more and to submit a film for consideration visit us at FilmFreeway -  https://filmfreeway.com/GeelongPrideFilm

Geelong Pride Film Festival Online+

From 14-28 April 2020 Geelong Pride Film Festival will bring you another online festival with some selected  in-person screenings at the Pivotonian Cinema. 

Geelong Pride Film Festival Online+ is supported by the Victorian Government and Deakin University, Thorne Harbour Health, Piano Bar Geelong  and Creative Geelong. Accessibility partners: Access Media, Auslan Stage Left.

Geelong Pride Film Festival

In October/November Geelong Pride Film Festival we are planning for a venue-based festival

Geelong Pride Film Festival is supported by Deakin University, City of Greater Geelong, Provincial Media, WorkSafe Victoria, Thorne Harbour Health, Piano Bar Geelong  and Creative Geelong.


Geelong Pride Film Festival Screenplay Commission
Congratulations to Andrew Blogg the recipient of our 2020 LGBTIQ+ Short Film Screenplay Commission for his short film DARYL which is expected to go into production in 2021.

DARYL is the second instalment  of a trilogy of short films STUART DARYL ANTHONY.  The selection panel praised Andrew's screenplay for its poignant, emotive and humourous exploration of complex characters.

The $500 commission from @Geelong Pride Film Festival will assist the production. of the film. This year's commission was supported by the City of Greater Geelong  Creative Communities fund.  

This year's finalists are also commended for the original and creative screenplays including  'And Then We Met' by Michelle Douglas,
'Butterflies in December' by Megan Ellis, '3 Minutes' by Wesley October and ANTHONY by Andrew Blogg - Andrew Derham Blogg