Skip to main content
A still of a woman riding on a bicyle for MQFF 2016
Portrait of a Serial Monogamist


Melbourne Queer Film Festival 2016

31 Mar - 11 Apr

The 26th Melbourne Queer Film Festival runs from March 31 to April 11.  MQFF screens the best in LGBTIQ cinema, doing movies differently. 

Full program, tickets and app released on 2nd March. Head to for more info.

  • Highlights

    Portrait of a Serial Monogamist
    Dir: John Mitchell & Christina Zeid, 83 mins, Canada, 2015

    Serial monogamist Elsie (Diane Flacks) believes the key to avoiding a broken heart is to always leave your lover first.  

    Tab Hunter Confidential
    Dir: Jeffrey Schwarz, 90 mins, USA, 2015

    In 1950s Hollywood, Tab Hunter was the embodiment of youthful American masculinity and a bankable star for Warner Brothers. Tab Hunter, however, lived two lives. He was both the studio-constructed heartthrob and intensely private about his sexuality.

    Girls Lost
    Dir: Stephen Dunn, 90 mins, Sweden, 2015

    Based on an acclaimed Swedish young adult novel Girls Lost is an engrossing gender-swapping fantasy that follows the plight of three outcast teenage girls who happen upon a mysterious plant that can change their gender overnight.

    The Summer of Sangaile
    Dir: Alante Kavaite, 88 mins, Lithuania, 2015

    The Summer of Sangaile is a sensual teen romance chronicling one fateful summer in the life of budding pilot Sangaile who falls hard for the free spirited Auste. Featuring an original soundtrack from JB Dunckel of Air.

    Remembering the Man
    Nickolas Bird & Eleanor Sharpe, 82 mins, Australia, 2015

    Featuring intimate and rarely seen archival footage of Timothy Conigrove (author of his memoir Holding the Man) and his partner John Caleo, Remembering the Man is a tender tribute to their relationship while offering a chronicle of the emergence and devastating effect of the AIDS virus in Australia.