It’s 2019, and it’s time to embrace your story.
As part of #MGFF19 on Tour, Queer Screen is thrilled to present a Lismore season of highlights from this years’ Mardi Gras Film Festival.
Lismore’s Mardi Gras Film Festival program will screen at BCC Cinemas, Lismore on March 22-23 2019
Tickets and info for all films: bit.ly/Lismore19
Join the Facebook Event: https://www.facebook.com/events/558834977962782/
The following line-up of must-see LGBTIQ films will feature:
ANCHOR AND HOPE | Fri 22 March, 7PM
TIX & INFO: bit.ly/AHLismore
Anchor & Hope is an authentic and amusing portrait of two young women trying to hold on to the love they feel for each other when their expectations of the future begin to unravel.
BEST OF LESBIAN SHORTS | Sat 23 March 4PM
TIX & INFO: bit.ly/LSLismore
Best of Lesbian Shorts is something to savour. Highlights include Masks a tense and moving film about a closeted medical student and Marguerite an Oscar-nominated short about the awakening of an aging woman. Grace and Betty fresh off winning the Audience Award for Best Short at Queer Screen’s 26th Mardi Gras Film Festival provides the laughs and Juck (Thrust) is a feminist rally cry from Sweden. (Open Captioned Screening)
BEST OF GAY SHORTS | Sat 23 March, 6PM
TIX & INFO: bit.ly/GSLismore
Taking risks, putting yourself out there and having a laugh are the key themes in this years Best of Gay Shorts. Including highlights Malik a tense tale about a brother in pursuit of his fleeing sibling; Rubber Dolphin gives us a whole new meaning to ‘hot and heavy’ while Two Words follows a father as he finds the courage to finally open his heart and be honest about who he is. (Open Captioned Screening)
MAPPLETHORPE | Sat 23 March 8PM
Matt Smith (Doctor Who, The Crown) gives a charismatic and sexy performance in this much-anticipated biopic about Robert Mapplethorpe, one of the most important artists and gay figures of the 20th century.
Don’t miss the opportunity to see this wonderful selection of acclaimed LGBTIQ films fresh from
sell-out screenings at Queer Screen’s 26th Mardi Gras Film Festival in Sydney.