Celebrate Pride Month with Pride On Screen – the five day film festival at Cinema Nova.
Featuring a curated selection of premiere screenings, new releases and big screen classics, explore queerness on screen over five days at Cinema Nova. An annual festival centred on LGBTQIA+ stories on the big screen, this year’s program includes everything from queer classics to contemporary cinema
What you need to know
- Pride On Screen, Cinema Nova’s annual queer film festival, is back
- Over five days, watch movies that showcase the LGBTQIA+ experience
- The festival runs from Friday June 10 and Wednesday June 15
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Whether you need another excuse to watch Portrait of a Lady on Fire or Call Me By Your Name, or you want to watch the Australian classic Head On again, Pride On Screen is here for five days of queer classics. Madonna: Truth or Dare, After Blue, Moonlight and A Single Man all appear on the program, along with a retrospective screening of 52 Tuesdays, featuring a pre-recorded Q&A with director Sophie Hydel. Catch the opening night screening of Fire Island, inspired by Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice, get absurd and meta with St Vincent and Carrie Brownstein in The Nowhere Inn and go on a railway journey through Russia with Compartment No. 6.
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Celebrate the 30th anniversary of Gus Van Sant’s My Own Private Idaho, laugh with the exceptionally funny remake of the classic French farce The Birdcage and be inspired by the comedic true story PRIDE.
A long running cinema, Cinema Nova hosts Pride On Screen during Pride Month every year. Celebrated annually in June, the month that the seminal Stonewall riots took place, Pride Month is a celebration of LGBTQIA+ resilience and uplifting queer voices.
Pride On Screen runs between Friday June 10 and Wednesday June 15 with different films showing at various times on those days.
Visit Cinema Nova at 380 Lygon Street, Carlton. Check out the full program for Pride On Screen by heading here.