Here are the ten things writer Sunny Grace misses the most about Sydney; yum cha, different cuisines, public transport, theatre, ocean pools, walking, Vivid and other events, the Inner West and anonymity.
Queer Screen’s Mardi Gras Film Festival is offering specially curated $10 Community Screenings which facilitate easy attendance, factoring in considerations such as cost, locations, dates and times.
The Queer Screen Completion Fund was established to provide support to Australian LGBTQI+ filmmakers and storytellers. Tileah Dobson explores how it helps get new productions over the line.
Queer Screen’s 29th Mardi Gras Film Festival is offering a range of youth-oriented films this year, headlined by the Australian premiere of Hetero, a film created by queer teenagers for queer teenagers.
Queer Screen Mardi Gras Film Festival director Lisa Rose talks us through the highlights of this year’s festival, which boasts films from 37 countries.
In only its second year, the Sydney Science Fiction Film Festival will screen 200 short and feature films from 22 countries in a live/virtual hybrid event.
Sydney is finally out of lockdown and we can all stop pretending we actually like online events. Our November listings guide has you covered, with a comprehensive rundown of what’s on – in real life – across our great city.
For the second consecutive year, the Irish Film Festival will be presented completely online. It will feature a dozen films across a range of genres plus bonus content, to be sure.
It’s the last month before winter, but if you think that signals a cooling down of exciting things to do in Sydney, think again.
Get out and about in Sydney this April! From the Easter Show to Anzac Day; the Sydney Comedy Festival to the Sydney Writers’ Festival, there’s plenty on in the Harbour City.
Love, war and everything else at the Alliance Française French Film Festival.
Rita Bratovich interviews three of Queer Screen’s dedicated volunteers – the fabulous pink-shirted individuals who help make Queer Screen such a huge success.
The Sentinel interviews Lisa Rose, the woman behind Australia’s largest queer film festival.
The 2021 Queer Screen Mardi Gras Film Festival takes place from 18 February to 14 March and features over 90 films.