Bendigo Queer Film Festival


Bendigo Queer Film Festival (BQFF) provides cultural and artistic opportunities to gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, intersex and queer (LGBTI) people living in Central Victoria. BQFF is recognised as a significant event by the LGBTI community and by the City of Greater Bendigo.
Our  Vision
To facilitate a high-quality film and arts event engaging the queer and wider community.
Our Mission

  • To be the premier rural queer film and arts festival in Australia.
  • To showcase and celebrate queer culture by providing diverse, accessible and quality events.
  • To present and promote regional artists.

Our Values – Integrity, Creativity, Inclusivity

Background: BQFF is a not-for-profit community group auspiced by Women’s Health Loddon Mallee (WHLM). The Bendigo Queer Film Festival was founded in 2004 by Chris Walters in collaboration with the Melbourne Queer Film Festival (MQFF), who are the key sponsor and program the films for the Festival.
The Bendigo Queer Film Festival attracts people from all over Victoria and interstate. We are proud to be one of the few regional centres Australia wide, which hosts its own queer film festival.

We are a part of Women's Health Loddon Mallee, who are registered as a: Not-for-profit.

More details

LGBTIQ Owned and Operated: Yes
Service Delivery Format:
  • - Face-to-face
Service Delivery Location:
  • - All of Victoria
  • - Loddon Mallee

Cost: $
Opening Times: Annual Event

How to contact us

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​Dudley House
50 View St
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