Out of a commitment to communal responsibility, qFLIX Philadelphia, The LGBTQ+ Film Festival, is taking precautionary measures to help minimize the risk of coronavirus (COVID-19) in our community.
In cooperation with the City of Philadelphia, qFLIX has made the decision to POSTPONE both KISS ME I’M IRISH & GAY: The Official Gayborhood St. Patrick’s Party, which was slated to take place THIS Sunday, March 15, ALONG with the 2020 festival, which was scheduled for March 22-29.
The new KISS ME date is July 5th and qFLIX Philadelphia 2020 will be held July 12-19.
If you have already purchased tickets or badges, we will honor those for the new dates. If you have any questions or concerns about your purchase, please contact us at box-office@qFLIXphilly.com.
For all other inquiries please direct to info@qFLIXphilly.com.
We urge you to heed the warnings set forth by our city and government officials. qFLIX thanks you for your patience and understanding and we look forward to seeing you all at the festival in July.
Ticket sales will resume shortly.
We believe that experiencing our voices, stories and visions on film from around the world, from birth to death, from the loved to the loveless, from youth to maturity, lifts us forward as individuals and as a community. Film as an international language allows us to foster, support, and give access to independent filmmakers and to encourage and nurture youth in the art of filmmaking. Queer film inspires the imagination and encourages the journey of discovery and acceptance by both the ever-growing region’s LGBTQ+ and the mainstream communities.
This year’s festival takes place March 22-29, 2020 at the Suzanne Roberts Theatre. Hope you can join us!
qFLIX Philadelphia 2020, the LGBTQ+ film festival kicks off on the red carpet for the hilarious opening night comedy: “Straight Up,” written, directed and starring James Sweeney as a gay 20-something who finds his intellectual soulmate in a 20-something actress. He...
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qFLIX is proud to announce that we will be moving into a new theater this year at the elegant Susanne Roberts Theatre, along the Avenue of the Arts in the heart of Philadelphia. This 360-seat . . .
It’s a wrap. The closing night of qFLIX Philadelphia 2019 ended on Sunday, March 31, at the Perelman Theater at the Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts, marking the 25th edition of Philadelphia’s LGBTQ+ film festival, continuing the tradition and celebrating the...