LGBT FILM FESTIVALS Indonesia. Which are Indonesia’s best LGBT film festivals? Looking for somewhere to submit your films? Want to watch the lates queer movies? You can find all relevant queer film festivals on Transnational Queer Underground. Big, small, short-film, feature film, documentary and more. Some self-organized some commercial. See them all.
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Q! Film Festival was founded in 2002 by freelance journalists and movie buffs. Taking up queer, gender, human rights and HIV/AIDS theme, it is the only film festival of its kind in the predominantly Moslem country. Adding to film screenings, the festival includes exhibitions, literature events, parties, musical performance and meet-the-filmmakers. With the support of local institutes as well as foreign cultural and embassies, Q! Film Festival showcases films from all over the world. Previously, the
festival was also held in Bandung, Medan, Batam, Surabaya, Malang, Yogyakarta, Maumere, Denpasar and Makassar. This year we will screen more than 100 films.

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