October seems to be the month of firsts for queer cinema. The new film Bros has made history by becoming the first gay romantic comedy from a major film studio to hit the big screen, not to mention having an entire LGBTQ+ main cast. Now, New Farm Queer Film Festival is being held for the first time ever.
Showcasing ten films across eight days from October 20 – 27, NFQFF will play host to an exciting lineup of queer films and docos.
The film festival is located at New Farm Cinemas, which has been known to screen queer films on the big screen.
At the inaugural event, you’ll find everything from Queensland premieres of new films such as Lonesome and SISSY to cult favourites like Priscilla, Queen of the Desert and Call Me By Your Name.
We will of course get to see Bros as well, which follows two guys with commitment problems who attempt to date each other.
Opening night also coincides with the red carpet premiere of The Divide, a sapphic French drama, so come from 6pm and enjoy a glass of champagne on arrival.
New Farm Queer Film Festival 2022 lineup
- The Divide (La Fracture) QLD premiere – October 20, 6.30pm
- SISSY, QLD premiere – October 21, 7pm
- Call Me By Your Name – October 22, 4.30pm
- Will-o’-the-Wisp – October 22, 7pm
- The Most Beautiful Boy in the World, QLD premiere – October 23, 4.30pm
- Lonesome, QLD premiere – October 23, 7pm
- Please Baby Please! QLD premiere – October 24, 7.30pm
- Anaïs in Love – October 25, 7pm
- Priscilla, Queen of the Desert – October 26, 7pm
- Bros – October 27, 7.30pm
To book tickets for the screenings during NFQFF, visit the New Farm Cinemas website.