Queer Screen Co-Presents Three Queer Films this November

Queer Screen Co-Presents Three Queer Films this November

First Films
24-26 November

Golden Age Cinemas & Bar

First Films is a new film festival dedicated to introducing Sydney audiences to daring debut works from emerging directors. Celebrating its second year with four Australian premieres and one Sydney premiere, First Films will take place from 24 – 26 Nov 2023 at Golden Age Cinema and Bar in Surry Hills, Sydney.

Queer Screen are proud to co-present two films with First Films for 2023. The fantastic queer films, ANHELL69 and THREE HEADED BEAST. First Films aims to challenge, inspire and entertain, check out the program below.

Three Headed Beast

Sun 26 Nov 3:45pm
Golden Age Cinemas & Bar

Peter and Nina are a long term couple navigating a healthy and comfortable open relationship. Alex is a young man still figuring out adult life who has formed an intense connection with Peter. Their individual fears, desires and loneliness collide over a hot Texas summer in a nearly wordless film told largely through intimacy, body language and music.


Fri 24 Nov 6:45pm
Golden Age Cinemas & Bar

A standout at Venice and SXSW and winner of the Grand Jury Prize at Outfest L.A.

Anhell69 is an unforgettable chronicle of Medellín’s queer scene. A funeral car cruises the streets of Medellín, while a young director tells the story of his past in the Colombian city.

Goodbye Pink Flamingo
17 – 19 November
Pink Flamingo Cinema

Our friends at Static Vision are back with another film festival GOODBYE PINK FLAMINGO; a celebration of queer, punk, feminist and DIY cinema, from Nov 17-19 at Sydney’s iconic Pink Flamingo Cinema.


Sun 19 Nov 2:15pm
Pink Flamingo Cinema

Queer Screen are thrilled to co-present the screening of QUERELLE, the German master Rainer Werner Fassbinder’s final film about a handsome Belgian sailor on shore leave who embarks on a voyage of highly charged and violent homosexual self-discovery that will change him forever.