Outfest is one of the oldest and largest queer film festivals in the world. Established in 1982. it is one of the only global LGBTQIA+ arts, media and entertainment organizations whose programs empower artists, communities, and filmmakers to transform the world through their stories, while also supporting the entire life-cycle of their careers. Last year … Continue reading
San Francisco’s Frameline Film Festival is the oldest queer film festival in the world (it started in 1976). It is also one of the most progressive Fests with an enviable reputation for its excellent diverse programming. The festival is organized by Frameline, a nonprofit media arts organization whose admirable mission statement is “to change the world … Continue reading
For nearly three decades, Inside Out has brought Toronto’s 2SLGBTQ+ community together in celebration of the best queer film from Canada and around the world. Through their annual Festivals in Toronto and Ottawa, their filmmaker initiatives, their youth engagement, and their year-round events and screenings, Inside Out is engaged every day in challenging attitudes … Continue reading
It’s the 2021 edition of OUTshine Miami’s LGBTQ Film Festival which this year will be mainly Virtual. This is Queerguru’s hometown in the winter at least and we remember in the audience for the very first festival back in, well say it was a very long time ago. Despite all the extra pressure of … Continue reading
This week the 35th edition of BFI Flare: London LGBTIQ+ Film Festival kicks off. Adapting to these current tough times, the Festival will be available digitally from 17 to 28 March 2021 for the whole of the UK. The program may be smaller this year but it’s just as powerful as ever with an incredible diverse eclectic selection of some of the very best queer films from around the globe. It includes two World Premieres and some exceptional documentaries that celebrate our community’s history.
As usual, the Queerguru team have been through the entire program in great detail, and here are our TOP PICKS of MOVIES NOT TO BE MISSED and as usual in alphabetical order: