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Queer films to screen at M.A.D.E in country Victoria

Queer films to screen at M.A.D.E in country Victoria

LAST UPDATED // Thursday, 29 May 2014 16:52 Written by // James Findlay

MQFF is heading into the country this weekend, as they present two films in Ballarat at M.A.D.E. (Museum of Australian Democracy at Eureka).

Lisa Daniel, MQFF Festival Director, selected the program for the event in Ballarat, which includes Any Day Now, Reaching for the Moon as well as a 2014 Shorts Package from this year's festival.

"The MQFF and M.A.D.E are excited to team up to bring some highlights of the MQFF to the screens of Ballarat," Daniel said.

"After an approach from M.A.D.E about extending their program of fabulous events and exhibitions, the decision to team up was an easy one. Queer cinema is hard to find in the big smoke let alone regional centres, and it's vitally important for our queer cousins to be able to see good quality film.So we're very happy to be able to tour our opening, closing and OZ shorts films to M.A.D.E.

"We look forward to future screenings in the region."

Watch the trailer of Reaching for the Moon

[Image] Reaching for the Moon

The program will screen May 31 - June 1. For tickets and screening times visit www.made.org/whatson/events or call (03) 5333 0333


James Findlay

James Findlay

James Findlay is a Melbourne-based journalist and broadcaster who has worked in community media for many years. He has won awards for his work on The Naughty Rude Show on SYN, and can be heard on JOY 94.9's breakfast program, Triple Threat, and Hide and Seek - exploring sex, sexuality and self. He is currently completing his Master of Public Health specialising in Sexual Health at Melbourne University, and a tutor in the School of Media and Communication at RMIT University.

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