7th Geelong Pride Film Festival

Geelong Pride Film Festival 2024

The 7th Geelong Pride Film Festival will be held from 18th - 28th April 2024 at the Pivotonian Cinema, Village Cinemas Geelong and Platform Arts. 

Our Progam Launch special event is planned for March 2024.

The festival will again feature a specially curated selection of feature films and short films from Australia and around the world.

Film Submissions for 2024

We open for film submissions for our April 2024 festival on 1 July 2023.

To find out more about film submissions visit us at FilmFreeway -  https://filmfreeway.com/GeelongPrideFilm  

GPFF Sponsors (2023)
The festival would not be possible without our sponsors and partners.  The City of Greater Geelong support the festival through the Creative Communities grant program, Provincial Media our media partners designed, produced and sponsored our posters and this program. WorkSafe Victoria, Great Ocean Road Gin and Thorne Harbour Health have supported GPFF with session sponsorship and as Gold Sponsors. Bethany are Silver Sponsors and Liberty Disability Services have joined us this year as Bronze Sponsors. The Pivotonian Cinema, is the home of the Geelong Pride Film Festival showing diverse and high quality independent cinema year round.  Platform Youth Arts and Village Cinemas Geelong are our secondary venue partners. Piano Bar is the official bar of the festival and are Gold sponsors. Geelong Rainbow Inc, Creative Geelong and Geelong Cats Pride Supporter Group are our Community Supporters. And to all the many other sponsors listed in this program, thank you for your support. Contact us at festival@gpff.org.au

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 our respect to their Elders past and present and we pay respect to their connections to land, waters, and community. Geelong Pride Film Festival supports the Uluru Statement From the Heart including the establishment of a First Nations Voice to Parliament enshrined in the Constitution.