2019 PRIDE Film Festival
The Bloomington PRIDE Film Festival explores the lives and experiences of the LGBTQ+ community through feature-length and short films, talkbacks, and programming that promote community-wide attitudes of awareness, acceptance, and appreciation of diversity.
The 16th annual festival takes place February 1–2 at the Buskirk-Chumley Theater in Bloomington, Indiana.
The submission window for the 2019 Bloomington PRIDE Film Festival closes on Friday, November 2.
friday, jan. 26 at 5pm
festival week schedule
Film Festival activities kick off Sunday, Jan. 21 and run through Saturday, Jan. 27. Check out the event schedule to get all of these great events on your calendar. If you have a fringe event taking place during Film Festival Week, be sure to let us know and we'll add it to the schedule!
Bloomington PRIDE will award the following prizes at the 2018 PRIDE Film Festival:
Alfred C. Kinsey Prize: given to a film that furthers our understanding of gender and sexuality. The winning filmmaker is invited to submit a copy of the film to the Kinsey Institute for Research in Sex, Gender, and Reproduction.
Danielle McClelland Emerging Filmmaker Award: honors a new filmmaker (who has submitted no more than two films on the festival circuit) who contributes to the advancement of LGBTQ film.
Jury Selection: honors the overall favorite of members of the Film Selection Committee.