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September Events...

  • Aspen Shortsfest
  • Bolton Film Festival
  • Calgary International Film Festival
  • D'un bord à l'autre
  • DIGO Festival
  • Dinard Festival of British Cinema
  • DiversidArte: Festival de Curtas
  • Edmonton International Film Festival
  • Encounters
  • Fabulous Independent Film Festival
  • Fantastic Fest
  • Febiofest
  • Festival MIX MILANO di Cinema Gaylesbico e Queer Culture
  • Fire!!
  • Fragments Festival
  • Frameline
  • Fresno Reel Pride Film Festival
  • Gaze LGBT Film Festival
  • Great Lakes International Film Festival
  • IN THE PALACE International Short Film Festival
  • Les Mains Gauches
  • LGBT Film Festival - Poland
  • LGBT New Renaissance Film Festival - London
  • London Spanish Film Festival
  • Luststreifen – Queer Cinema Basel
  • MICGenero
  • Mix Mexico
  • Netherlands Film Festival
  • Nordisk Panorama - 5 Cities Film Festival
  • Oslo/Fusion Filmfest
  • OUT at the Movies
  • Out on Film
  • Portobello Film Festival
  • Premio Sebastiane
  • Puerto Rico Queer Film Festival
  • Queen Palm International Film Festival
  • Queer City Cinema
  • Queer Lisboa
  • Queer Screen Film Fest
  • Queer Vision
  • Raindance Film Festival
  • Reeling Filmfest
  • Reykjavik International Film Festival
  • San Sebastián International Film Festival
  • Shanghai Queer Film Festival
  • Sicilia Queer Filmfest
  • Some Prefer Cake
  • Thessaloniki International LGBTQ Film Festival
  • Toronto International Film Festival
  • Trans Stellar Film Festival
  • Urbanworld Film Festival
  • Vancouver International Film Festival
  • VISIBLE
  • Zurich Film Festival
ORLANDO: identity, relationships, opportunities

ORLANDO: identity, relationships, opportunities

Thursday, 05 November 2020 until Sunday, 08 November 2020

Orlando Identities, Relationships, Opportunities is an interdisciplinary queer festival centered on relationships, gender identities and sexual orientations that intermixes film screenings, theatre and dance performances, workshops, meetings and seminars, on the occasion of the International day against homophobia, biphobia and transphobia. 

Quoting Orlando by Virginia Woolf, from which the festival takes its name: 
“Change was incessant, and change perhaps would never cease. High battlements of thought, habits that had seemed durable as stone, went down like shadows at the touch of another mind and left a naked sky and fresh stars twinkling in it.” 
Giving visibility to works of artistic and cultural value is the first step to seeing those stars.