The Geelong Pride Film Festival aims to bring contemporary and classic Queer and LGBTI themed films to Geelong for an inclusive film festival for the whole community

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04feb7:30 pm9:30 pmRainbow Shorts - GPFF at Geelong Rainbow Festival7:30 pm - 9:30 pm The Pivotonian Cinema, Cnr. Moorabool & Verner StreetsFest:Geelong Pride Film Festival 0 <~ Add to My Wishlist

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So excited to announce that we are screening the short film Gestation that features Geelong's own @malibustacey_ Malibu Stacey as part of Rainbow Shorts (ticket link in the bio) http://gpff.ferve.tickets/Events/Rainbow-Shorts on 4 February 2020 as part of the Geelong Rainbow Festival 2020 | Program at The Pivotonian Cinema Gestation revolves around Jess Station, a cis-woman whose drag persona is a pregnant woman who breaks all the rules. The documentary delves into Jess Station’s lifestyle in drag and explores the boundaries of gender and representation. Featuring Geelong's own Malibu Stacey! Malibu Stacey will be our VVIP Guest at this very special screening. image: Chris Allen Photography Piano Bar Geelong
So excited to announce that we are screening the short film Gestation that features Geelong's own Malibu Stacey as part of Rainbow Shorts http://gpff.ferve.tickets/Events/Rainbow-Shorts on 4 February 2020 as part of the Geelong Rainbow Festival 2020 | Program at The Pivotonian Cinema Gestation revolves around Jess Station, a cis-woman whose drag persona is a pregnant woman who breaks all the rules. The documentary delves into Jess Station’s lifestyle in drag and explores the boundaries of gender and representation. Featuring Geelong's own Malibu Stacey! Malibu Stacey will be our VVIP Guest at this very special screening. image: Chris Allen Photography Piano Bar Geelong
Come see Kiko's Saints at Rainbow Shorts 7:30 Tuesday 4 February - http://gpff.ferve.tickets/Events - Book now -Kiko, a Japanese illustrator on assignment in France, gets suddenly overwhelmed by a strange new inspiration, while she realizes she's been spying on a gay couple on the beach next to the chapel where she's working. Obsessed by such a vision, she will continue spying on those men and drawing them secretly. These drawings will slowly push her towards an encounter that will change her life and break the barriers she created around her.
Tickets now on sale for Rainbow Shorts http://gpff.ferve.tickets/Events Join us for this fabulous collection of short films at the The Pivotonian Cinema as part of the Geelong Rainbow Festival 2020
Don't keep it a secret and don't miss out on tickets to Rainbow Shorts http://gpff.ferve.tickets/Events featuring a fabulous collection of short film including Michael Bonner's What Do You See about Sareena Soraya Damanhuri. 7:30 Tuesday 4 February at The Pivotonian Cinema as part of the Geelong Rainbow Festival 2020
Don't miss out on tickets to Rainbow Shorts http://gpff.ferve.tickets/Events featuring a fabulous collection of short film including Michael Bonner's What Do You See about Sareena Soraya Damanhuri. 7:30 Tuesday 4 February at The Pivotonian Cinema as part of the Geelong Rainbow Festival 2020
We have a fantastic lineup of short films from around the world and across the rainbow. Including Dario. http://gpff.ferve.tickets/Events - Young Colombian guy Dario is trying to keep a secret. His talent for dancing is at odds with what is family expects of him but his passion lead him to make a choice. This is a great heart-warming film from director Manuel Kinzer. Tuesday 4 February GPFF at the Geelong Rainbow Festival 2020 at The Pivotonian Cinema. Rainbow Shorts - GPFF at Geelong Rainbow Festival
Check out Geelong Pride Film Festival in the Star Observer 2020 Festival Guide (p37). Save the dates 2-5 April for four days of the best LGBTIQ+ films from Australia and around the world. https://www.starobserver.com.au/artsentertainment/festival-guide/melbourne-fg-magazine-january-2020/191806 (pics: Life Is Fine - Lachlan Chatfield and Same But Different)
Tickets selling now for Rainbow Shorts on Tuesday 4 February. http://gpff.ferve.tickets/Events/Rainbow-Shorts - The film "1 Year" is the story of Salford University student Ben Hodge and is a representation of his journey. "Every trans person has a different narrative. This is mine" - Screening at The Pivotonian Cinema as part of the Rainbow Shorts - GPFF at Geelong Rainbow Festival - Geelong Rainbow Festival 2020
Kiko's Saints has been selected for our special Rainbow Shorts Screening on 4 February http://gpff.ferve.tickets/Events/Rainbow-Shorts Directed by Manuel Marmier
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