Mardi Gras Film Festival 2014


The Best of Mardi Gras Film Festival returns to Riverside Parramatta for a weekend of great queer films. All five films being screened were big hits during the Mardi Gras Film Festival and include some great comedies, documentaries and romantic dramas.

Opening night film G.B.F. is a laugh-out-loud high school comedy featuring a great performance from Megan Mullally (Will and Grace). Pit Stop is a quiet, touching and beautifully shot film about two men nursing broken hearts who eventually find love in a small Texan town. Valentine Road is a powerful documentary about an openly gay 15-year-old who was shot and killed by his classmate, after asking to be his valentine. Poignant BORN THIS WAY, a doco on the underground gay and lesbian community, in the West African country of Cameroon. In Who’s Afraid of Vagina Wolf Anna has three goals in life: to make a feature film, lose 20 pounds and get a girlfriend. At the moment, she has none out of the three.

  • G.B.F.

    04 Apr 2014
    Raffertys Theatre
    A coming-of-age comedy packed full of laughs, pop culture fun and glorious camp.
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  • Born this Way

    05 Apr 2014
    Raffertys Theatre
    A poignant depiction of the underground gay and lesbian community in Cameroon.
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  • Pit Stop

    05 Apr 2014
    Raffertys Theatre
    Two men nursing broken hearts eventually find each other in a small Texan town.
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  • Valentine Road

    06 Apr 2014
    Raffertys Theatre
    A moving story of two young boys from small-town USA.
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  • Who’s Afraid of Vagina Wolf

    06 Apr 2014
    Raffertys Theatre
    An award-winning and hilarious comedy.
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