July Events...

  • Bangalore Queer Film Fest
  • Bendigo Queer Film Festival
  • Bentonville Film Festival
  • Brighton Rocks International Film Festival
  • Bucheon International Fantastic Film Festival
  • Cherry Grove Archives Collection Film Festival
  • Comic-Con International: San Diego
  • Encounters South African International Documentary Festival
  • Fantasia Festival
  • Festival de Cine LesBiGayTrans de Asuncion
  • Galway Film Fleadh
  • Glance Short Film Festival With Pride
  • Jerusalem Film Festival
  • Karlovy Vary International Film Festival
  • Korea Queer Culture Festival
  • LA Shorts International Film Festival
  • LFest Film Festival
  • LiberCine
  • Mirror Mountain Film Festival
  • Mix Mexico
  • Motovun Film Festival
  • Out & Loud: Pune International Queer Film Festival
  • Outfest - L.A.
  • Outfest Peru
  • Prairie Pride Film Festival
  • PrideArts Film Fest
  • PriFest
  • Queer 2 Queer Film Festival
  • Queer Arts Festival
  • Queer Vision
  • Rainbow Reel Tokyo
  • Thessaloniki Queer Arts Festival
  • Trans Pride Brighton Short Film Event
London Diversity Film Festival

London Diversity Film Festival


  • London, England
  • UK

The London Diversity Film Festival is a three day event aimed increasing understanding about ethnic and sexual minority groups. It will connect communities from diverse backgrounds to come together and participate in screenings, workshops and networking events.

This festival will enable filmmakers, artists and stories that reflect the population of London with a public space to make their voices heard. We aim to produce an authentic multicultural experience through the sharing of cultural and heritage films with audiences.

This festival will consist of film screenings, skills workshops, seminars, guest speakers and more! This festival is for people who love to make films or just love watching them. It’s a win win!

We created this festival to help contribute to making the film and TV sector more representative of the population of London. This is where we celebrate talent, endorse creativity & push our participants to widen their horizons. There are so many reasons why this festival is needed: we want to encourage our fellow BAME & LGBT society members to not let the colour of their skin, sexuality or class be a hindrance onto their careers.