Queer Screen have announced their 2017 program – it’s jam-packed with coming of age stories, LGBTIQ history and a free youth screening.
The following films are MA15 + from the 2017 program:
We love a FREE YOUTH SCREENING!: Behind the Curtain: Todrick Hall: Go behind the scenes of the life of Gay YouTube sensation Todrick Hall.
Princess Cyd: Seeking to escape life with her depressive father, Cyd moves to Chicago at 16 to live with her aunt Miranda for the summer.
Seventeen: The world is full of possibility. Yet at 17, things can turn from carefree to a catastrophe in an instant. Especially love.
Sisterhood: Follow Cici as she returns from Taiwan to Macau to mourn a lost friend, Ling, and reconnect with the past she has long left behind.
Grab your friends and family to get your Disney on for this free family screening of Moana at Sydney park in St Peters. (rated PG – No bookings required)
Screwed: It’s summer, and poor Miku is forced to spend his holiday with his perpetually cranky mother and narcoleptic father in their cabin in the Finnish countryside.
The Lavender Scare: Another free screening and a fascinating insight to a time that should be better known and a chance to better understand part of the global history of the LGBTIQ movement and culture.
The Death and Life of Marsha P. Johnson: An examination into the life of Marsha P. Johnson and her fellow Stonewall veteran Sylvia Rivera.