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Melbourne Queer Film Festival is Australia’s longest running queer film festival and one of the biggest in the Southern hemisphere. It was established in 1991 to give a platform to stories otherwise ignored in mainstream cinema, to celebrate diversity in cinema, and to give Melbourne’s queer and queer-friendly community a space where they could enjoy stories that otherwise weren’t being told.

In 2018, MQFF runs from March 15-26, screening across three Melbourne venues, as well as a program of panels, workshops and special events. Films from around the world include narrative features, documentaries and shorts.

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