18 Jan 10 Fab MGFF Queer Films Online & On Demand
In case you missed it, Queer Screen’s 30th Mardi Gras Film Festival full program has been announced. From February 15 to March 2, 2023, we’re bringing queer stories to you, whether you meet us in-person in Sydney (+ surrounds) or stream it directly to your screens at home.
Watch them in the bath, create a backyard cinema, host a queer movie night – these are fab queer films online and ready to watch during MGFF23.
See the full list of films available in cinemas + on demand right here, or scroll down to get 10 gems you definitely should check out.
Plus, you can catch more on demand films for less with a $99 all in online festival pass!
Where Butterflies Don’t Fly
A claustrophobic thriller from the Czech Republic that finds outsider student Daniel, and his closeted teacher, Adam, thrown together in a precarious situation during a weekend school excursion.
In a sleepy village by the Black Sea, a young lesbian forms an unexpected bond with her late-grandfather’s secret gay lover in this mysterious, beautifully affecting, acclaimed Georgian drama.
In Her Words: 20th Century Lesbian Fiction
In Her Words: 20th Century Lesbian Fiction celebrates the trailblazing lesbian authors of the last century, revisiting their famed literary works and illuminating the way they shaped modern literary culture.
Like an exceptionally dry martini, Chrissy Judy is a witty film about two gay BFFs (and drag queens) who hit a speed bump in their relationship. Like a sexy, bittersweet Beaches as told by Noah Baumbach.
Petit Mal sees three queer, polyamorous women navigate the shifting intimate dynamics of their relationship as tensions build while one of the trio is away directing a movie.
Lotus Sports Club
Lotus Sports Club is an eye-opening snapshot of queer acceptance within Cambodia, chronicling the club’s journey from the perspective of Leak, a teenage trans boy on the verge of homelessness.