MELBOURNE QUEER FILM FESTIVAL 2021

THE REVIEWS

FESTIVAL FEATURE
By Charlie David Page
7th March 2021

Melbourne's LGBTIQ+ communities will have a chance to get together again, safely, when MQFF takes over Melbourne cinemas for MQFF Together this March.

MQFF Together screens from Thursday 11th March to Sunday 21th March 2021 at Village Cinemas Jam Factory, Cinema Nova and the Village Cinemas Coburg Drive-In. This will be the festival's first in-cinema screenings since the postponement of its 30th festival due to coronavirus.

The impacts of COVID-19, however, have not dampened the richness of queer stories with 64 films from all parts of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, intersex and queer communities being featured throughout the festival.

The SWITCH team have come together to bring you the best reviews from this year's program - so check them out below, and make sure you come back throughout the festival as we add more to the collection!

RELATEDSUPERNOVAColin Firth & Stanley Tucci's comforting yet confronting romance
RELATEDSUMMERLANDSweet and sentimental
RELATEDDATING AMBERGay coming-of-age film shines with a unique spin on a familiar trope
RELATEDSUMMER OF 85A refreshingly nuanced coming-of-age story
RELATEDCOWBOYSSaddle up for an emotional ride
TRENDINGWIN SIX MINUTES TO MIDNIGHTAn astonishing real-life tale
TRENDINGWIN SUPERNOVAThe road trip of a lifetime
TRENDINGPOCAHONTAS25 years later, the colours of the wind are fading
TRENDINGTHE VIOLIN PLAYERSex and strings
TRENDINGPALM BEACHAussie dream cast, unwelcoming dinner party
TRENDINGENDINGS, BEGINNINGSStar-studded sex drama lacks substance
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