Trafostacja Sztuki w Szczecinie ul. Świętego Ducha 4 Wto-Czw & Nie / Tue-Thu & Sun 11:00-19:00 Pt-Sob / Fri-Sat 11:00-21:00

11th International LGBT Film Festival 2020

Biggest LGBT celebrations in the Central and Eastern Europe.


Fri 18 Sep 2020 —
Fri 25 Sep 2020
Kinoteka, Warszawa
Fri 18 Sep 2020 —
Fri 25 Sep 2020
Kino Kameralne Cafe, Gdańsk
Sat 19 Sep 2020 —
Thu 24 Sep 2020
Kino Bodo, Łódź
Mon 21 Sep 2020 —
Sun 27 Sep 2020
Kino Pałacowe, Poznań
Sat 26 Sep 2020 —
Sun 27 Sep 2020
Trafostacja Sztuki, Szczecin
Sun 27 Sep 2020 —
Wed 30 Sep 2020
MCK / Kino Orzeł, Bydgoszcz
Fri 02 Oct 2020 —
Thu 08 Oct 2020
Kino Nowe Horyzonty, Wrocław
Wed 21 Oct 2020 —
Sun 25 Oct 2020
Drzwi Zwane Koniem, Katowice
Mon 26 Oct 2020 —
Sun 08 Nov 2020

LGBT Film Festival is one of the most important events on the cultural map of Poland. It takes place every year and became the biggest celebration of LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender) cinema in the country.

Film schedule at TRAFO:

September 26th
20:00 AND THEN WE DANCED, 113′

September 27th
17:00 POLISH SHORTS, 60′
18:30 M, 105′
20:30 TWO OF US, 99′

Bilety: 14 PLN

Please go to the festival website for more details and detailed film schedule: 

Dear People!

The eleventh LGBT Film Festival 2020 will be exceptional. COVID-19 changed the reality we live in. Today, hosting our event in a traditional brings a lot of difficulties. All of us search for new ways to safely participate in the cultural life. Our preferred choice was a hybrid formula – firstly, screenings for our viewers in 9 Polish cities, then – online edition on platform. Thanks to this, our Festival will live its second life and become even more democratic. The films we would like to show you have a chance to be seen by much more people. Meanwhile, Poland was titled the most homophobic country according to ILGA-Europe. During the presidential election, right-wing politicians used harmful rhetoric and called for policies that deny human rights to LGBT people. Police violence against us show what direction our country is taking. For some, rainbow became a symbol of an insult, for others – of their fight for respect. In this year’s program, beside well-known titles from most important festivals in Cannes, Berlin, Venice or Sundance, you will also find smaller, alternative movies far from the mainstream paradigm. Some of them reflect Polish reality by telling the story of people who fight for their rights. Other focus on nonheteronormative biographies and enrich the queer history. All of them were created with a common goal – to be seen by beautifully diversified audience, against any divisions and categories. Come and see what we need to believe this world can be a better place! Whoever you are, feel welcomed during the 11th LGBT Film Festival!

LGBT Film Festival Team


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