My Queer Career, Australia’s largest LGBTIQ film prize, is always one of the highlights of Mardi Gras Film Festival. This year, ten fantastic films will be competing for a prize pool of over $12,000.
This stunning 2012 trilogy from queer director Leesong Hee-il, whose 2006 feature No Regrets is widely known as the first Korean gay film, is finally premiering in Australia.
Art student Yoon-ju has never dated men but it’s not until she spots the cool and confident Ji-soo that she works out why. But when they get together, Yoon-ju’s art begins to suffer.
This Irish drama will make you laugh out loud. Young, brash Mary is fresh out of prison, and unhappy with the world. To make matters worse, she needs a plus one for her BFF’s wedding.
Suited follows tailors Bindle & Keep and their gender nonconforming clients, who come in search of clothes befitting of who they are and how they want to be in the world.
A biopic about the biggest gay porn scandal ever. Filled with hot young actors, including James Franco, expect this to sell fast. Also starring Alicia Silverstone and Molly Ringwald.