50 Years of Fabulous recounts the rich history of the Imperial Council in San Francisco, one of the oldest and […]
Glamourous daydreamer Leo and his sardonic sister Tristen sashsay and vogue through their small Alaskan town, clinging to each other […]
Familial lineage has its hand in shaping the work that artists and creators give life, whether it’s obvious or not. […]
Worried that queer art has become too mainstream? Too safe? Miss Rosewood is here to push the envelope and remind […]
Saturday Church tells the story of fourteen-year-old Ulysses, an introspective and creative teen who finds himself thrust into heightened responsibility […]
“Shakedown” was a series of underground parties created by and for Black women in Los Angeles that featured go-go dancing […]
In 1981, the Vancouver Men’s Chorus (VMC) broke ground and became Canada’s first gay chorus. Over the next thirty-eight years, […]
Are you ready to W-E-R-Q the house down? In similar fashion to our Youth Gala film, Alaska is A Drag, […]
The Vancouver Queer Film Festival is an initiative of Out On Screen. Find out what we’re all about.
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