Melbourne Queer Film Festival Online
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Melbourne Queer Film Festival is returning for its 30th year, albeit online
Melbourne Queer Film Festival is returning for its 30th anniversary in 2020 with a strong line-up of queer films that share ‘stories in every colour’.
After its original March dates became untenable due to shutdowns, the festival is back and online this July, continuing to promote inclusion, community and the celebration of all LGBTQ+ people.
Over three days from July 17 to July 19, MQFF will host five online film screenings from its 30th-anniversary festival program, including its regular collection of Australian short films.
Other films on the program include XY Chelsea (a compelling documentary on activist Chelsea Manning), Brief History of the Green Planet (an Argentinian sci-fi adventure featuring a band of misfits), Walking with Shadows (a look into the Nigerian LGBTIQ+ community and how it can intersect with religion) and Billie and Emma (a fresh take on the innocence of first loves).
You can buy tickets for individual films or purchase a festival pass. Once you've bought tickets, you will be given a time period to watch them in.
For ticketing and the full program, visit the MQFF website.