2017 MQFF Program Launch - Member Invite
You're invited to the 2017 Melbourne Queer Film Festival Program Launch!This year's MQFF is going to be one hell of a show. We'd love for you to play at part!Tickets are limited, book before February 7 to secure your ticket. MORE >
A Date For Mad Mary
Seána Kerslake gives the performance of the festival (possibly the performance of the year) as 'Mad' Mary McArdle, a young woman trying to slot back into her Irish backwater existence after being released from prison. MORE >
Lazy Eye
Passions reignite and hidden secrets are revealed when a graphic designer in Los Angeles (Lucas Near-Verbrugghe) reconnects with an ex-lover (Aaron Costa Ganis) he hasn't seen or heard from in 15 years. MORE >
Celebrate the start of the 27th Melbourne Queer Film Festival at the official Opening Night Film and Party! MORE >
Out Run
As leader of the world's only LGBT political party Ladlad, Bemz Benedito dreams of being the first transgender woman in the Philippine Congress. But in a predominantly Catholic nation, rallying for LGBT representation in the halls of Congress is not... MORE >
Pulse - Centrepiece Presentation
Mixing sexuality and teen angst with an undercurrent of sci-fi, this bold fantasy follows a gay disabled teen who undergoes a mysterious procedure that gives him the body of a young able-bodied woman in order to pursue his love object. MORE >
Southwest of Salem: The Story of the San Antonio Four
'A maddening true story that touches on many of Americas most enduring hypocrisies' - Village Voice MORE >
Andreas and Stefan lead a happy life, living in a beautiful house in the suburbs of Vienna with their beloved cat Moses. They work at the Radio Symphony Orchestra and surround themselves with their musician friends. Their sex life is blissful. So what... MORE >
A collection of trans* shorts that celebrate the transformative power of living an authentic life, from the poetic portrait of a trans opera singer, a racy drama about hormones and desire starring gender-fluid model Madison Paige, to a trans womans first... MORE >
The Watermelon Woman
Dunye's film is smart, sexy, funny, historically aware, and stunningly contemporary - Austin Chronicle MORE >