Started as the Seattle Lesbian & Gay Film Festival in October 1996, the Seattle Queer Film Festival has grown into the largest event of its kind in the Pacific Northwest, gaining industry and audience recognition for showcasing the latest and greatest in queer film, from major motion picture premieres to emerging talent. An important venue in the Seattle film scene, the festival provides unique opportunities for visiting and local filmmakers to engage and entertain the Greater Seattle region's LGBTQ and allied community.

For more information, visit https://threedollarbillcinema.org/seaqueerfilmfest



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Vision Portraits

Vision Portraits

MOVIES | By Kitty Drexel | Oct 14
Evans' loss of sight from a genetic eye condition called retinitis pigmentosa causes him to analyze what it means to be an artist living with limited eyesight.

Catamaran

Catamaran

MOVIES | By Kilian Melloy | Oct 12
The film's portrait of village life is both affectionate and unsparing, but it's a beautifully rendered work of cinema that benefits from the performances of its cast as well as a lush, evocative score.

End of the Century

End of the Century

MOVIES | By Kilian Melloy | Oct 12
This is a future favorite that's landed in the here and now: Don't miss it.

Fireflies

Fireflies

MOVIES | By Roger Walker-Dack | Oct 11
When Ramin escapes Iran where is persecuted for being gay, he ends up in Veracruz — where he still feels he cannot be himself.

José

José

MOVIES | By Roger Walker-Dack | Oct 10
This stunning award winning coming-of-age tale with world-wide appeal is only the 2nd LGBTQ movie to be made in Guatemala.

State of Pride

State of Pride

MOVIES | By Roger Walker-Dack | Oct 10
To mark the 50th Anniversary of Stonewall, You Tube star Raymond investigates the state of Pride today.

For They Know Not What They Do

For They Know Not What They Do

MOVIES | By Louise Adams | Oct 9
Daniel G. Karslake presents a poignant documentary look at the impact of conversion therapy and evangelical zealotry on four LGBTQ families.

The Chunta

The Chunta

MOVIES | By Roger Walker-Dack | Oct 8
There is a small town in Mexico where one day a year the men dress up as women - and there is a resentment that the gay community want to be a bigger part of it.

Circus Of Books

Circus Of Books

MOVIES | By Kilian Melloy | Oct 8
Documentary filmmaker Rachel Mason explores a slice of gay history — and a walloping wedge of family lore — with her slightly scattershot but utterly absorbing film about her parents' bookstore Circus of Books.

An Almost Ordinary Summer

An Almost Ordinary Summer

MOVIES | By Roger Walker-Dack | Oct 8
It's a joyous film that is like a breath of fresh air, and that deals with a same-sex marriage without resorting to heaviness or lapsing into cliched scenarios.

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