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Accelerator Shorts 1

Accelerator Shorts 1

Bold works from emerging Australian and New Zealand filmmakers.

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Accelerator Shorts 2

Accelerator Shorts 2

Preview the next generation of homegrown directors.

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Animation Shorts

Animation Shorts

Forms collide in this assorted collection of visual storytelling.

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Australian Shorts

Australian Shorts

Impassioned narratives from this continent’s best.

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Becoming Male in the Middle Ages

Becoming Male in the Middle Ages

A refreshingly original, sci-fi-tinged tale of gender, reproduction, normativity and family that follows two couples struggling with infertility.

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The Blue Caftan

The Blue Caftan

A tailor wrestles with his sexuality in this deeply felt film about the many forms that love can take within and outside a marriage.

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Clean

Clean

The genuinely inspirational story of how ‘trauma cleaner’ Sandra Pankhurst responded to an unseen world with radical kindness.

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Closing Night Gala - Clean

Closing Night Gala - Clean

The genuinely inspirational story of how ‘trauma cleaner’ Sandra Pankhurst responded to an unseen world with radical kindness.

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Creature

Creature

This dazzling, Locarno award-winning experimental work explores the interiority of a mind in which pain takes the form of a creature.

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Documentary Shorts

Documentary Shorts

Far-reaching, resonating subjects pulled from various corners of the world.

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The Dreamlife of Georgie Stone

The Dreamlife of Georgie Stone

Director Maya Newell

Acclaimed filmmaker Maya Newell (Gayby Baby) collaborates with trans trailblazer Georgie Stone for this story of activism and gender affirmation.

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Framing Agnes

Framing Agnes

Director Chase Joynt

She gamed a transphobic medical system – and now this hybrid documentary about trans identity gets playful in telling her community’s stories.

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Gem

Gem

Questioning their gender identity, a young person shares a transformative night out with a stranger in this experiment with form and perspective.

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Head On

Head On

Alex Dimitriades is magnetic in Ana Kokkinos’s bold and brutal feature about a queer Greek Australian man’s ecstatic journey to find himself.

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Hideous

Hideous

Yann Gonzalez (Knife + Heart) directs queer pop star Oliver Sim in this unsettling three-part musical about a celebrity appearing on a talk show.

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Homosexuality: A Film for Discussion

Homosexuality: A Film for Discussion

A pioneering work of LGBTQIA+ representation that deftly punctures social myths around homosexuality in 1970s Melbourne.

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International Shorts 2

International Shorts 2

An award-packed cornucopia from directors known and new.

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Isn't It a Beautiful World

Isn't It a Beautiful World

Three queer performers’ emotional journeys come to vivid, exhilarating life through the trance-like performance art of lip-syncing.

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Joyland

Joyland

Director Saim Sadiq

In the first ever Pakistani film to premiere at Cannes – where it won the Queer Palm – a young man is torn between social conformity and pleasure.

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Lonesome

Lonesome

A revealing (in more ways than one) look at sexually charged gay youth and the connections made in the heat of naked self-discovery.

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Love and Other Catastrophes

Love and Other Catastrophes

Emma-Kate Croghan’s rom-com about five uni students and their intertwined sexual and academic crises captures the chaos and energy of 1990s Melbourne.

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A Love Song

A Love Song

Colorado’s Rocky Mountains provide the backdrop to this exquisite romantic drama about a lonely woman yearning to reconnect with an old flame.

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Mars One

Mars One

Following the election of a far-right president, one Afro-Brazilian family takes stock while its youngest member dreams of outer space.

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Masquerade

Masquerade

Director Olive Nwosu

A queer woman returns to her Lagos home in search of healing, where she discovers a new understanding of the people and experiences that shaped her.

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Nelly & Nadine

Nelly & Nadine

Winner of the Berlinale’s Teddy Jury Award, this is the true story of two women who survived WWII’s horrors and smashed social taboos to pursue love.

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Neptune Frost

Neptune Frost

A wildly ambitious, radically experimental Afrofuturist musical that transcends space, time and gender from visionary poet and musician Saul Williams.

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Of an Age

Of an Age

Goran Stolevski’s heart-meltingly tender, quintessentially Melbourne queer coming-of-age tale will make you swoon from beginning to end.

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Opening Night Gala - Of an Age

Opening Night Gala - Of an Age

Goran Stolevski’s heart-meltingly tender, quintessentially Melbourne queer coming-of-age tale will make you swoon from beginning to end.

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Peter von Kant

Peter von Kant

A classic Fassbinder film is reimagined as a story of sadomasochistic queer male desire – and a riff on the auteur’s own tumultuous personal life.

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Please Baby Please

Please Baby Please

What would you get if you threw John Waters, Marlon Brando and A Clockwork Orange into a neon-soaked celluloid blender? This film might be the answer.

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Polycephaly in D

Polycephaly in D

Avant-garde alchemist Michael Robinson (Onward Lossless Follows, Light Is Waiting) captures the elation of losing oneself in an age of rupture.

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Tuī Ná

Tuī Ná

For one teenager, queer identity collides with familial expectation and the intricacies of the immigrant experience.

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Warsha

Warsha

Director Dania Bdeir

This surprising and transcendent Sundance award-winner stars a gender-defying belly dancer as a crane operator in Beirut.

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We Never Asked for This

We Never Asked for This

Director Ella Lawry

Frankie and Charlie regret moving into a tiny home, but a sick cockatiel offers a welcome distraction.

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Will You Look at Me

Will You Look at Me

Director Shuli Huang

Winner of Cannes’ Short Film Queer Palm, this tender, ethereal essay follows a Chinese filmmaker returning home in search of love and acceptance.

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