Bendigo Queer Film Festival returns for its 15th year

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Bendigo Queer Film Festival returns for its 15th year

This month marks the 15th annual Bendigo Queer Film Festival (BQFF), set to be a weekend of the best queer films delivered in an inclusive, safe and supportive environment for all.
The BQFF committee are brimming with excitement to showcase the diversity that exists within Central Victoria, and after securing tri annual funding from the City of Greater Bendigo last year, they’ve come into the 15th year with a brilliant list of films, including the French feature ‘BPM’ and the opening night film from America ‘The Feels’.
The films screen at the LaTrobe Art Institute in the heart of Bendigo’s beautiful arts precinct on View Street. Another highlight of the film festival is the Queer Country Art Exhibition at Dudley House, also in the arts precinct, from April 20 – April 29.
With something for everyone in this year’s program, festival/film goers can enjoy everything from short films from Australian filmmakers, the best of foreign features; gripping and fun docos; youth oriented content to serious drama and comedy.
Presenting a great program of events that celebrate, educate and inform LGBTI Victorians and the wider Goldfields community, everyone is encouraged to enjoy the fun of the BQFF.
The BQFF runs from Friday 27 April at 7:00pm to Sunday 29 April at 4:45pm.
The full program, ticket pricing and a comprehensive list + map of the venues are all available via