Queer Lives in Isolation

Experience the stories about time spent together when apart, by local Victorian filmmakers.

two 13 year old girls sit on the floor of a bedroom laughing and enjoying each other's company. They are surrounded by posters and wall art, sitting beside the bed.
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From social isolation, loneliness, and mental health concerns, to connecting online, romance in quarantine, and working from home, Queer Lives in Isolation tells the stories of our time apart to bring us closer together.

These new works by talented Victorian filmmakers highlight the experiences of LGBTIQ+ people as they navigate the infamous COVID-19 lockdown period.

A simple goal was set to preserve the memory of the challenges that 2020 brought to our community. Our lives have changed in so many ways and we couldn’t be more proud to bring these stories to life on screen through Queer Lives in Isolation.

Tune in as we present each film over the course of March. 


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