Melbourne Queer Film Festival (MQFF)


Melbourne Queer Film Festival (MQFF) is a non-profit queer community organisation governed by a voluntary Board of Directors. It is staffed by a team of committed arts and community professionals as well as hundreds of volunteers who support our events each year.

MQFF is Australia’s oldest and largest queer film festival attracting tens of thousands of festival-goers annually. The Festival is recognised internationally as one of the most important platforms for Queer cinema in the world and plays a vital role in providing a forum for celebration, advocacy and visibility for queer communities.

Held in November, the annual Film Festival features over 140 feature films, shorts, and documentaries – MQFF curates an intersectional showcase of queer narratives along with a range of public programs, discussions, and events for the queer community and our allies to enjoy.

We work in partnership with the State and Local Governments to collaborate and activate the city, tour regionally, and foster community partnerships to ensure participation and access for all members of the LGBTQIA+ community.

MQFF aims to engage the community with the best LGBTQIA+ content in order to educate, entertain and celebrate diversity.

We seek to change lives through the experience of shared stories – bringing the best of world queer culture to Victoria and nurturing the development of new Australian voices.

Cost: Tickets range from $12.50 – $24.50

We are registered as: Not-for-profit.

More details

LGBTIQ Owned and Operated: Yes
Service Delivery Format:
  • - Face-to-face
  • - App
  • - Phone
  • - Email
  • - Website
Service Delivery Location:
  • - Melbourne CBD

Cost: $


Wheel Chair accessible
Hearing impaired

How to contact us

Phone Number: 0466 643 976
Email Address:

Social media:

No physical address.