This year’s Festival will be held at a boutique Cinema in the Silom area, close to the main Gay district. The Festival comes after Thailand’s Government announced late last year that it would bring forward legislation on same-sex partnerships and the Festival will include focus on both marriage equality and equal opportunity.
The organisers have planned that the Festival will explore the diverse facets of the Community through films, special events, talks, performances and a special art exhibition. It is going to be a safe place for discussions about important issues, such as marriage equality and equal opportunity. They are aiming to bring the LGBT Community and the world together to celebrate diversity, creativity and strength.
The schedule and venue are listed below and all films will have English subtitles (for those films not dubbed in English) and Thai subtitles.
Tue 2 July 20:00 Clément, Alex et tous les autres
Wed 3 July 16:15 Being 17
Wed 3 July 18:45 Family In Transition
Wed 3 July 20:30 Rafiki
Thu 4 July 16:15 Freak Show
Thu 4 July 18:15 Mapplethorpe
Thu 4 July 20:30 Wild Nights with Emily
Fri 5 July 16:15 Taekwondo
Fri 5 July 18:30 Saving Face
Fri 5 July 20:30 Mapplethorpe
Sat 6 July 11:15 Antonio Lopez: Sex Fashion & Disco
Sat 6 July 13:45 Special Talk To Be Announced
Sat 6 July 16:15 Rafiki
Sat 6 July 18:15 Being 17
Sat 6 July 20:30 Freak Show
Sun 7 July 11:15 Wild Nights with Emily
Sun 7 July 13:45 Special Talk To Be Announced
Sun 7 July 16:15 Clément, Alex et tous les autres
Sun 7 July 18:15 Taekwondo
Sun 7 July 20:30 My Own Private Idaho
Bangkok Screening Room
Woof Pack Building
1/3-7 Sala Daeng Soi 1, Silom
For those visiting Bangkok in early July, details of the Festival can be found here!