LGBT FILM FESTIVALS New Zealand. Which are New Zealand’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.
Find out which LGBT Film Festivals exist in New Zealand and tell us which one is your favorite.

LGBT Film Festivals New Zealand:

Out Takes
Out Takes: A Reel Queer Film Festival is one of New Zealand’s largest film festivals and one of very few queer cultural events that has a national profile among New Zealand’s diverse queer communities.

The festival showcases films from New Zealand and around the world and plays to queer communities (encompassing the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, intersex, takatāpui, and fa’afafine communities), our friends and our supporters in Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch.

Reel Queer Incorporated is a non-profit group run by a core committee of very experienced, but unpaid volunteers, who are drawn from Wellington, Auckland and Christchurch’s gay, lesbian and transgender communities.

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