Geelong Pride Film Festival

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

Geelong (April 2021 [April 2020 Program postponed may resume earlier])

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Wild Nights With Emily

Wild Nights With Emily

Recounting lesser-known events and their reasons for obscurity in the life of Massachusetts poet Emily ...
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Transmilitary

Documentaries can recount, expound or explain so much – but it’s always better when they’re ...
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To celebrate IDAHOBIT we are excited to share with you one of the short films that was selected for this year's Geelong Pride Film Festival. Carly Usdin's film Misdirection was scheduled to screen as part of our Happy Endings collection of uplifting shorts. You can now watch the film online here: http://gpff.ferve.tickets/Events/Misdirection Check it out. Camila is your average college freshman with obsessive-compulsive disorder and a big, gay crush on her roommate. After both situations come to a head in a near car crash, Cam is stuck trying to find a distraction. A chance encounter with a street magician teaches her to channel her misguided energy into a new hobby, and to open her heart to new possibilities. Director: Carly Usdin, United States, 2019, 14 Mins, English, Unclassified 15+
To celebrate IDAHOBIT we are excited to share with you one of the short films that was selected for this year's Geelong Pride Film Festival. Carly Usdin's film Misdirection was scheduled to screen as part of our Happy Endings collection of uplifting shorts. You can now watch the film online here: http://gpff.ferve.tickets/Events/Misdirection Check it out. Camila is your average college freshman with obsessive-compulsive disorder and a big, gay crush on her roommate. After both situations come to a head in a near car crash, Cam is stuck trying to find a distraction. A chance encounter with a street magician teaches her to channel her misguided energy into a new hobby, and to open her heart to new possibilities. Director: Carly Usdin, United States, 2019, 14 Mins, English, Unclassified 15+
To celebrate IDAHOBIT we are excited to share with you one of the short films that was selected for this year's Geelong Pride Film Festival. Carly Usdin's film Misdirection was scheduled to screen as part of our Happy Endings collection of uplifting shorts. You can now watch the film online here: http://gpff.ferve.tickets/Events/Misdirection Check it out. Camila is your average college freshman with obsessive-compulsive disorder and a big, gay crush on her roommate. After both situations come to a head in a near car crash, Cam is stuck trying to find a distraction. A chance encounter with a street magician teaches her to channel her misguided energy into a new hobby, and to open her heart to new possibilities. Director: Carly Usdin, United States, 2019, 14 Mins, English, Unclassified 15+
To celebrate IDAHOBIT we are excited to share with you one of the short films that was selected for this year's Geelong Pride Film Festival. Carly Usdin's film Misdirection was scheduled to screen as part of our Happy Endings collection of uplifting shorts. You can now watch the film online here: http://gpff.ferve.tickets/Events/Misdirection Check it out. Camila is your average college freshman with obsessive-compulsive disorder and a big, gay crush on her roommate. After both situations come to a head in a near car crash, Cam is stuck trying to find a distraction. A chance encounter with a street magician teaches her to channel her misguided energy into a new hobby, and to open her heart to new possibilities. Director: Carly Usdin, United States, 2019, 14 Mins, English, Unclassified 15+
While we were not able to bring you our festival in April we do want to thank our sponsors @provincialmedia for the amazing programs and posters and for featuring us in the Autumn issue of Geelong + Surf Coast Living magazine. Special thanks to Jon and Garry who have sponsored the festival and our programs and posters for the past three years. You can read Provincial Media publications online here https://issuu.com/provincialmedia We hope to reschedule as many of the screenings from our 2020 program as possible. At this stage we don't know when that will be but we will post updates here. Our festival would not be possible without the generous support of our sponsors and partners.
While we were not able to bring you our festival in April we do want to thank our sponsors Provincial Media for the amazing programs and posters and for featuring us in the Autumn issue of Geelong + Surf Coast Living magazine. Special thanks to Jon and Garry who have sponsored the festival and our programs and posters for the past three years. You can read Provincial Media publications online here https://issuu.com/…/d…/geelong_surf_coast_living_autumn_2020 We hope to reschedule as many of the screenings from our 2020 program as possible. At this stage we don't know when that will be but we will post updates here. Our festival would not be possible without the generous support of our sponsors and partners. We will be featuring each of them here over the coming weeks. If you would like a 2020 souvenir poster or program reach out to us via messenger.
While we were not able to bring you our festival in April we do want to thank our sponsors Provincial Media for the amazing programs and posters and for featuring us in the Autumn issue of Geelong + Surf Coast Living magazine. Special thanks to Jon and Garry who have sponsored the festival and our programs and posters for the past three years. You can read Provincial Media publications online here https://issuu.com/…/d…/geelong_surf_coast_living_autumn_2020 We hope to reschedule as many of the screenings from our 2020 program as possible. At this stage we don't know when that will be but we will post updates here. Our festival would not be possible without the generous support of our sponsors and partners. We will be featuring each of them here over the coming weeks. If you would like a 2020 souvenir poster or program reach out to us via messenger.
While we were not able to bring you our festival in April we do want to thank our sponsors Provincial Media for the amazing programs and posters and for featuring us in the Autumn issue of Geelong + Surf Coast Living magazine. Special thanks to Jon and Garry who have sponsored the festival and our programs and posters for the past three years. You can read Provincial Media publications online here https://issuu.com/…/d…/geelong_surf_coast_living_autumn_2020 We hope to reschedule as many of the screenings from our 2020 program as possible. At this stage we don't know when that will be but we will post updates here. Our festival would not be possible without the generous support of our sponsors and partners. We will be featuring each of them here over the coming weeks. If you would like a 2020 souvenir poster or program reach out to us via messenger.
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