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  • Afrikamera
  • ANDALESGAI
  • Bahamas International Film Festival
  • Black Alphabet Film Festival
  • Chéries-Chéris
  • Cinanima International Animation Film Festival
  • CINEVERSATIL
  • Cork Film Festival
  • Divine Queer Film Festival
  • El Lugar Sin Límites
  • Espacio Queer
  • FACE à FACE
  • Feast Festival
  • For Rainbow
  • Foyle Film Festival
  • Fringe! The London Gay Film Fest
  • GFEST - Gaywise FESTival
  • Gijón International Film Festival
  • Hawaii International Film Festival
  • Holebi Filmfestival Vlaams-Brabant
  • Holebi Kort
  • Homotopia
  • image+nation
  • International Documentary Film Festival: Amsterdam
  • International Festival of Queer Tango
  • Key West Film Festival
  • Kuir Bogotá
  • Leeds International Film Festival
  • Ljubljana Gay & Lesbian Film Festival
  • Mannheim-Heidelberg International Film Festival
  • Mezipatra Queer Filmový Festival
  • Miami Short Film Festival
  • MixBrasil Sexual Diversity Film Festival
  • Oska Bright Film Festival
  • Outburst Queer Arts Festival
  • Pink Screens in Brussels
  • Recifest - Film Festival of Sexual Diversity
  • Santo Domingo OutFest
  • Sardinia Queer Short Film Festival
  • Serile Filmului Gay
  • SHOUT Festival
  • Singapore International Film Festival
  • Stockholm International Film Festival
  • Tallinn Black Nights Film Festival
  • Tokyo Filmex
  • TransFormations Film Festival
  • Transforming Cinema
  • UK Film Festival
  • Whistler Film Festival
  • Zinebi

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Manchester Film Festival

Manchester Film Festival

Thursday, 07 March 2019 until Sunday, 10 March 2019

Over the 4 day weekend #18 Manchester once again attracted crowds of film critics, filmmakers, distributors, fans and of course the industry professionals of our established Jury Select, who witnessed an eclectic mix of diverse films to savour and remember. The north- west themed opening night was packed to the rafters with the ODEON cinema looking more reminiscent of a premier league football ground than the city’s largest multiplex, with filmmakers from every corner of the globe mixing and milling in the crowds of film fans looking to get their first chance to catch the films of the festival. With strands from ‘Women in Film’ to ‘Rising Stars and ‘Be who you are say what you feel’ MANIFF17 went from opening night through to closing awards with a glow of world premieres, filmmaker panel discussions and special guests that included Timothy Spall, Karen Allen, Olivia Cooke, Stef Dawson, Bronwen Hughes, James Nesbitt and many more writers, directors, producers and actors from the world of stage and screen.


 

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