March for Dignity (In Cinema)
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March for Dignity (In Cinema)

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A captivating documentary following a group of LGBTIQ+ activists in Tbilisi, Georgia as they organise their nation’s first pride march. This film comes at a time at which Georgia is at a political crossroads. They must decide whether to forge forward with progress and human rights, or bend to the pressure of neighbouring Russia.

With immersive footage from their guerilla style activism, and incredibly inspiring interviews, the journey that these organisers and protesters must embark upon and the rampant discrimination and hate they face daily will move you and have you desperately hoping for their success.

This documentary is a fascinating contextualisation of the acclaimed And Then We Danced (MGFF20), reminding us that the stories from this part of the world are so important and it is vital that they be seen and amplified.

Content Warning: Homophobic and transphobic violence

Australian Premiere

Winner, qFLIX Philadelphia LGBTQ+ Film Festival 2020 Outstanding Documentary
Winner, Festival Internacional De Cine Documental de Buenos Aires 2020 LGBTIQ+ Side Competition


"Combining the explicit demand for equality with the implicit need for visibility, March For Dignity captures a pinnacle moment of Georgia’s queer history." —AwardsWatch

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