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: Touching 'Being Thunder' a Welcome Contribution to Trans Cinema

Review: Touching 'Being Thunder' a Welcome Contribution to Trans Cinema

MOVIES | By Roger Walker-Dack | Oct 12
Stephanie Lamorre's heart-touching documentary on Two-Spirit teenager Sherente Misihitasin is a welcome contribution to the burgeoning dialogue about the transgender community.

Review: 'Rebel Dykes' Explores Queer London in the 1980s

Review: 'Rebel Dykes' Explores Queer London in the 1980s

MOVIES | By Roger Walker-Dack | Oct 12
Filmmakers Harri Shanahan, Sian A. Williams, and Siobhan Fahey revisit London in the 1980's with this fascinating documentary.

Review: 'Yes I Am - The Ric Weiland Story' a Heroic Portrait of Queer Activist and Philanthropist

Review: 'Yes I Am - The Ric Weiland Story' a Heroic Portrait of Queer Activist and Philanthropist

MOVIES | By Roger Walker-Dack | Oct 11
The story of a true gay hero we should all know about.

Review: 'The Best Families' a Wonderful Black Comedy Of Errors

Review: 'The Best Families' a Wonderful Black Comedy Of Errors

MOVIES | By Roger Walker-Dack | Oct 11
"Undertow" director Javier Fuentes-León is back with a brilliant comedy of errors.

Review: 'Being Bebe' a Joy to Watch

Review: 'Being Bebe' a Joy to Watch

MOVIES | By Roger Walker-Dack | Oct 11
The rags-to-riches (and almost rags again) story of the very first winner of RuPaul's Drag Race

Review: 'Gemmel & Tim' Exposes a Shocking Story of Racism and Sexual Predation

Review: 'Gemmel & Tim' Exposes a Shocking Story of Racism and Sexual Predation

MOVIES | By Roger Walker-Dack | Oct 10
The harrowing tale of two queer Black men murdered by a wealthy white political donor.

Review: A Quintet of Tasty Actors Whip 'Mascarpone' into Creamy Perfection

Review: A Quintet of Tasty Actors Whip 'Mascarpone' into Creamy Perfection

MOVIES | By Kilian Melloy | Oct 10
This tasty confection has both substance and sweetness, making for a poignant, charming comedy that's sure to become a new gay classic.

Review: 'Baloney' Not as Meaty as You'd Hope

Review: 'Baloney' Not as Meaty as You'd Hope

MOVIES | By Roger Walker-Dack | Oct 10
The story of a struggling boy burlesque/stripper group that will really stretch your patience

Review: 'All Boys Aren't Blue' a Dramatic Reading and Healing Tonic

Review: 'All Boys Aren't Blue' a Dramatic Reading and Healing Tonic

MOVIES | By Kilian Melloy | Oct 10
The title essay of George M. Johnson's 2020 collection of memoirs and essays, "Boys Aren't Blue," gets a dramatic reading in this short film.

Review: 'No Straight Lines: The Rise Of Queer Comics' Marvelously Surveys History

Review: 'No Straight Lines: The Rise Of Queer Comics' Marvelously Surveys History

MOVIES | By Kilian Melloy | Oct 10
Vivian Kleiman's marvelous documentary "No Straight Lines" surveys the history - so far - of queer comics, from strips drawn for local gay newspapers to the rise of graphic novels to the advent of web comics.

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