The Geelong Pride Film Festival (GPFF) in an emerging LGBTIQ+ film festival in Geelong, Australia. The festival screens contemporary and classic LGBTIQA+ themed films in Geelong during an inclusive film festival for the whole community. In addition to our annual festival we host special one-off screenings throughout the year.
We screen a diverse mix of feature films, short films, feature documentaries, short documentaries from across the world.
Occasional prizes and commissions may be awarded. Past awards have included:
- Best Short Film Concept
- Best Short Film Screenplay
1. Geelong Pride Film Festival (GPFF) accepts submissions for feature films, short films, feature documentaries, short documentaries, animation, web series, student films. Films should explore themes relevant to Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans and Gender Diverse, Questioning, Queer, Intersex people and their allies.
2. Films should be submitted with an online screener. Viewing material is accepted via an online link (please provide a password if required) or via file download.
3. Films with dialogue in a language other than English should have captioned in English.
4. Films are screened in DCP. Short films may be DCP, MP4, .Mov ProRes or other convertible formats.
5. We do not have a premiere policy.
6. GPFF may use images and trailers from films selected for screening for marketing purposes (online and print media).