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LQff 2019

Official Re-Launch 


All films will be shown with English subtitles. Introductions and other announcements will be BSL interpreted.


There is a wheelchair accessible lift to all public floors at The Tetley. There are toilets on all floors and accessible toilets on the ground and second floor.

For any specific access needs please contact us in advance:

Leeds Queer Film Festival is back! The full festival takes place from 9th to 12th May at Woodhouse Community Centre.


To find out more come to the programme relaunch:

Thursday 25 April, 6:30pm 

The Tetley

Hunslet Road
Leeds LS10 1JQ

Watch some free films and pick up the new version of the festival programme.

Free entry, suitable for ages 15+

Films start at 6:30pm with Shorts:


Konstantinos Chaliasas, Greece, 10:00, English [E] A young actor looks for a mentor in this dreamy surreal short. 

Let’s Be Friends

Ryan Glista, USA, 9:01, English [F] An examination of masculinity and childhood behavior through the lens of fantasy horror.

CN: homophobic language, gore

Sununú: The Revolution of Love

Olivia Crellin, UK/Ecuador, 24:20, English/Spanish [D] An intimate and touching portrayal of a couple getting to grips with parenthood while they challenge complex ideas about gender roles.

CN: transphobia

Foxy Trot

Lisa Donato, USA, 14:37, English [F] Kat and Milo's marriage is in trouble. Will taking a ballroom dance class full of heteros help, or just make things worse?

Music Video Premiere

Made at the LQFF film making workshop

Running time 65 minutes

8:00pm: Feature Documentary 

Trans Youth 

Filmed over three years, this film introduces us to seven young trans folk living in Austin, Texas. We watch them face up to family judgement, find voice in DIY punk bands and navigate the unknowns of hormone therapy, speaking honestly and directly about their lives.

CN: discussion of transphobia and transphobic violence

Running time 84 minutes

Trans Youth Trailer

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