27 May Pride Month Movie Night at the Bank Hotel
Pride Movie Night
Thursday 23 Jun, doors open 6pm for 6:30pm start, The Bank Hotel, Newtown
This Pride Month, also known as June, The Bank Hotel will be celebrating & commemorating the history, culture & contributions of our LGBTQIA+ community. They are dedicating the entire month to honouring diversity & acceptance with a full calendar of entertainment and activity by our incredible queer community.
Queer Screen have curated the perfect mix of sexy, funny, wild and serious films around gay male, queer, trans and lesbian stories.
Pride Movie Night kicks off at 6:30pm on Thursday 23 June at Waywards at The Bank Hotel.
Plus, stick around for the afterparty with Woody’s – a weekly party with a flair for the hair; bears, cubs, queers and admirers.
All for the low, low price of $10, with proceeds going right back to Queer Screen to help them organise even more queer film events.
There are nine short films curated as part of this fabulous night. Including:
Charles explores the gray areas of his own sexuality after going through an unexpected breakup.
What’s more embarrassing than writing erotic fiction about your crush? Writing erotic fiction about your crush and then accidentally texting it to her.
To the Future, With Love
This animated self-portrait features 19-year- old Hunter “Pixel” Jimenez, a non-binary trans boy caught between the expectations of his Guatemalan immigrant family and his dreams of living happily ever after.
Adri has proposed a challenging game to Jon.
Rejected by his family for his queerness and oppressed by his country for the same, Libyan teenager, Britannia, gets an interview at the British Embassy taking him one step closer to the pulsing queer world that is Manchester’s Canal Street. Being British and gay is everything he’s ever dreamed of. But an unexpected discovery strikes deep and forces him to question where his dreams truly lie.
Forced into near-isolation during one of Melbourne’s COVID-19 lockdowns, Jamie keeps themselves entertained bingeing on queer film and TV. What begins as mere escapism turns sensual when they start having delusions involving their favourite queer characters.
Revealing photos. Flirty Snapchats. Emojis. Albert is a sweet, young man who must traverse today’s new rules of obtaining sex through a phone. Enter Sydney. In this comedy, a gay millennial gets a boost from a handsome, seasoned professional to get the “D.”
Oskar is on the night train, heading home after an interview in Stockholm. With a long night ahead of him, he makes eye contact with Ahmad. For the first time he meets the gaze of someone who feels the same desire as he does.
A love-letter to a New York City in the not-too-distant past where the only apps were served before dinner and the thrill of gay sex was always just around the corner or on a pier or in a back room or even Hoboken, New Jersey.