The 2019 Melbourne Queer Festival will run between 14 and 25 March 2019 at Village Jam Factory, Cinema Nova and ACMI.
Our 29th festival will feature 108 sessions showing 141 films and shorts celebrating the diversity of LGBTIQ culture in Australia and internationally. General admission tickets go on on sale on Wednesday, 13 February (12 February for members). Passes are on sale now.
Check out our FAQ Page to see if we have an A to your Q!
For ticketing assistance, email email@example.com or call 03 8663 2329 during festival hours.Ticketing Terms and Conditions
Full $21 / Concession $18 / Member $17 (plus booking fees)
Booking fees range from $2.40 to $5 depending on total booking amount. All special events pricing is displayed on the session page.
All-In Pass – $356 Member
3 Film Pass – $58 Full / $50 Concession / $47 Member
5 Film Pass – $93 Full / $80 Concession / $75 Member
7 Film Pass – $128 Full / $109 Concession / $103 Member
10 Film Pass – $175 Full / $150 Concession / $140 Member
Plus booking fees online, over the phone or in person.Get your Pass today
How to Buy Tickets
Select, book and print your tickets at home. Browse the program on the website, click on a film, and scroll to the payment options at the bottom of the page. Select your tickets, click ‘Add to Cart’, and follow the instructions to ‘Checkout’.
Download the app
Browse and purchase tickets on the official MQFF iPhone or Android app. No printing required – bring your smartphone, to be scanned at the door.
At the Box Office
ACMI Tickets and Information Desk during the festival from 10am to late.
Kino Cinemas and Cinema Nova MQFF pop up box office opens 1 hour prior to MQFF session start times
Companion Card and Wheelchair Bookings
MQFF supports and accepts the Companion Card. All MQFF venues are wheelchair accessible and have accessible toilets. All MQFF cinemas have assistive listening via an audio loop through the t-switch on a hearing aid, or audio headset.
Companion Card tickets and wheelchair spaces cannot be booked online. To book tickets using your Companion Card, to book a wheelchair space, or to advise us of your access needs please contact the office.
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or 03 9662 4147.
The Classification Board grants MQFF special customs and censorship clearances that mean all audience members must be 18 years or over except where indicated.
Full-time students, pensioners, unwaged, seniors, MIFF, ACMI and Palace Cinema members are entitled to concession prices with a valid concession or membership card.
All purchases are non-refundable, except in the case of a cancelled session. If you have purchased tickets you are no longer able to use, you are able to Exchange these tickets for another session for $1.50 online or $3 in person or over the phone.