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The Projector presents Pink Screen - our annual LGBTQ film festival. We stand with our LGBTQ friends through films on inclusion, representation and diversity.

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DocumentariesQueer Cinema

Changing The GameM18

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For Viewing in Singapore only

15 Aug to 15 Sep 2020

This intimate story takes us into the lives of three high school athletes from across the US - all at different stages of their athletic seasons, each sharing their lives as transgender teens, while also challenging the boundaries and perceptions of fairness and discrimination.

Our main character, Mack Beggs, made headlines in 2018 when he became the Texas State Champion in girls wrestling -- as a boy.

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View for free, now till 15 Nov 2020

A short film by animator and director Julie Robert

Since childhood, Lea has seen a ghostly deer loom about her. Now in a relationship with Maud, her visions are getting worse. How can she prove to her girlfriend, and to herself, that this is a real problem to be dealt with?

DocumentariesQueer Cinema

Genderblend (Genderbende)R21

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For Viewing in Singapore only

15 Aug to 15 Nov 2020

A story about five young people who who don’t hold much for the binaries of sex and gender and find themselves in an in-between world. They all have their own struggles, but together they create and share compelling stories of their dreams, wishes, contradictions and acceptance.

DramaQueer CinemaRomance

Song LangNC16

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now from 28 Aug to 28 Sep

Set in a richly imagined 1980s Saigon, Song Lang is a gritty underworld noir hiding a tender, romantic heart. An unlikely bond forms between an underground debt collector and a Cai Luong Vietnamese folk opera performer. With intricate costumes, set designs and Wong Kar-wai aesthetics, this feature debut by director Leon Le delivers a beautifully performed story of soul-wracking regret and aching love, set against the backdrop of a gorgeous, fading art form.

If you missed it, you can still watch the Facebook live virtual Q&A with Song Lang's Director Leon Le and lead actor Lien Binh Phat (who plays Dung 'Thunderbolt') HERE__

ComedyQueer CinemaRomance

Straight UpR21

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For Viewing in Singapore only

15 Aug to 15 Nov 2020

On SUNDAY 30 AUGUST, 2.00pm - Don't miss the Facebook Live Virtual Q&A with Straight Up Writer-Director James Sweeney.

He might be gay. She might not care.

This romcom switches up the usual trope - gay twenty something Todd has found his intellectual and emotional soulmate... in a girl. Not that she minds, sex is off the table as they build their relationship but Rory's own set of insecurities leaves her wondering if he is the The One.

DramaQueer CinemaRomance

Two of us (Deux) R21

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Two retirees, Nina and Madeleine, have been secretly in love for decades. Everybody, including Madeleine's family, think they are simply neighbours, sharing the top floor of their building. They come and go between their two apartments, enjoying the affection and pleasures of daily life together, until an unforeseen event puts their relationship to the test.

Presented in collaboration with Institut Français

With the support of the Embassy of France in Singapore.