01 Dec Flash Backs: MGFF and QSFF
Want to take a walk, or wild ride, down memory lane?
We’ve selected some of our favourite photos of previous Mardi Gras Film Festivals and Queer Screen Film Fests for your sensory pleasures in this slideshow. Use the arrows on the left or right to navigate your way through the gallery.
A first for Queer Screen - Mardi Gras Film Festival screening on the Harbour at the Fleet Steps thanks to a collaboration with Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras. The night was a total hit.
Embrace Your Story!
Spinning decks at Event Cinemas Set Bar.
Festival Director Lisa Rose launches the festival in fine style at MGFF18.
Closing Night joy at MGFF20.
Waiting for the popcorn at 2020 Closing Night, presented with Accenture.
Cheeky fun at the special screening of camp favourite, John Waters' "POLYSTER".
A fun day for Rainbow Families out in the sun with face painting, a BBQ, and a fab free film "How To Train Your Dragon 2".
The Queer Screen crew celebrating another successful outdoor screening at Sydney Park.
AIX always provide fun and fab drinks at our events.
A great launch to celebrate the diversity of our massive MGFF17 program and announce our two 2017 Queer Screen Completion Fund winners.
Mardi Gras Film Festival 2019 is GO! Over 100 LGBTIQ features, docos, shorts & special events in this year's fabulous program!
MGFF17 and FairDay.
Drag performer Jinkx Monsoon, all the way from the U.S. gives a stellar surprise performance at the MGFF16 Launch.
We launched MGFF18 in fine style at The Star Sydney.
It was great to have gracious Tanya Plibersek MP giving a spot-on keynote speech for the Opening Night.
At Queer Screen we love filmmakers and always look for ways to support them. The Sydney Queer Filmmaker Event is a great opportunity to learn about new projects and to make connections.
A big thank you to Madame Tussauds Sydney for loaning us this fabulous Guy Pearce.
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