July Events...

  • (S)exhibition
  • Bucheon International Fantastic Film Festival
  • Cherry Grove Archives Collection Film Festival
  • Comic-Con International: San Diego
  • Damn These Heels
  • Espacio Queer
  • Fantasia Festival
  • Festival de Cine LesBiGayTrans de Asuncion
  • FilmPride
  • Galway Film Fleadh
  • Honolulu Rainbow Film Festival
  • Jerusalem Film Festival
  • Karlovy Vary International Film Festival
  • Kashish: Mumbai International Queer Film Festival
  • LA Shorts International Film Festival
  • LFest Film Festival
  • Mix Mexico
  • Motovun Film Festival
  • OUR PRIDE Video Fest
  • Outfest - L.A.
  • Outfest Peru
  • PriFest
  • Queer Arts Festival
  • Queer Vision
  • Sheffield International Documentary Festival
  • Vermont International Film Festival
  • Voiceless International Film Festival
Queer Vision

Queer Vision

Curated by Bristol Pride and sponsored by Triodos Bank, Queer Vision presents a diverse programme of LGBT+ films from around the globe, including independently-made feature, animation and award-winning short films.

Queer Vision is a partner festival to Iris Prize and takes submissions for Best of British short film category.

Screenings run during the Bristol Pride season which this year is from 26 June until 11 July 2020.

Our focus is on widening engagement, increasing audience viewing and screening opportunities of and for LGBT+ content films and filmmakers.

The winner is put forward to the Iris Prize Best British Short category. The winner of the Iris Prize Best British Short 2020 will receive a package of sound post-production services sponsored by Pinewood Studios Group, valued at £20,000. They will also be invited to Cardiff to sit on the 2021 Iris Prize Best British Jury. All films in the Iris Prize Best British 2020 shortlist will be broadcast on Film4 and streamed on their online streaming service, All 4. All Iris Prize British short films will also be considered for the Iris Prize shortlist.

To be eligible you should be a UK citizen or have been resident in the UK for at least three consecutive years prior to submitting your film.