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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Review: 'P.S. Burn This Letter Please' a Colorful Glimpse Into 50s/60s Drag

Review: 'P.S. Burn This Letter Please' a Colorful Glimpse Into 50s/60s Drag

MOVIES | By Roger Walker-Dack | Oct 19
"P.S. Burn This Letter Please" is a glimpse into NY's gay drag scene in the 1950s and '60s

Review: Zinging Dialogue Saves the Paper-thin Plot of 'Hetero'

Review: Zinging Dialogue Saves the Paper-thin Plot of 'Hetero'

MOVIES | By Kilian Melloy | Oct 18
Zinging dialogue saves the paper-thin plot of this teen comedy, in which a high school GSA has to double its membership by getting some straight students to join up, or else disband.

Review: 'Moon Manor' A Funny, Piquant Meditation on the End of Life

Review: 'Moon Manor' A Funny, Piquant Meditation on the End of Life

MOVIES | By Kilian Melloy | Oct 16
Erin Granat & Machete Bang Bang's surprising comedy is a lively celebration that follows an elderly Alzheimer's patient's carefully planned last day on Earth.

Review: 'Socks On Fire' Part Poetry, Part Documentary

Review: 'Socks On Fire' Part Poetry, Part Documentary

MOVIES | By Kilian Melloy | Oct 15
Tone poem, documentary, feature film, family epic... "Socks on Fire" is a little of all these things, plus an invitation to observe family and familial legend all at once.

Review: 'Kapana' a Vivid Tale...Also a PSA

Review: 'Kapana' a Vivid Tale...Also a PSA

MOVIES | By Kilian Melloy | Oct 15
"Kapana" is a kind of grilled meat sold by food stand vendors in Namibia. But director Philippe Talavera isn't just telling a story of "street meat" - he's exploring GLBTQ outlaw status, personal honesty, and commitment.

Review: 'Transformistas' Captures Joy, Elation

Review: 'Transformistas' Captures Joy, Elation

MOVIES | By Roger Walker-Dack | Oct 15
A wonderfully engaging documentary about the pioneer drag queens of Santa Clara, Cuba.

Review: It's Shakespeare Reimagined in an LGBTQ-Friendly 'As We Like It'

Review: It's Shakespeare Reimagined in an LGBTQ-Friendly 'As We Like It'

MOVIES | By Kilian Melloy | Oct 14
Hung-i Chen and Muni Wei and an all-female cast reimagine Shakespeare's "As You Like It" into a high-energy romp set a few decades from now.

Review: 'Sweetheart' is Sweet, Funny, and Familiar in All the Right Ways

Review: 'Sweetheart' is Sweet, Funny, and Familiar in All the Right Ways

MOVIES | By Roger Walker-Dack | Oct 12
A British queer film full of teen angst.

Review: Affecting 'Jump, Darling' Succeeds Because of Cloris Leachman

Review: Affecting 'Jump, Darling' Succeeds Because of Cloris Leachman

MOVIES | By Roger Walker-Dack | Oct 12
Cloris Leachman's exquisite swan song is poignant and affecting.

Review: 'See You Then' Presents a Complex Portrait of Womanhood

Review: 'See You Then' Presents a Complex Portrait of Womanhood

MOVIES | By Kilian Melloy | Oct 12
A sort of "Walking and Talking" - or, if you like, "Before Sunrise" - with a transgender twist, Mari Walker's "See You Then" follows Kris (Pooya Mohseni) and Naomi (Lynn Chen) as they attempt to reconnect.

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