Kansai Queer Film Festival (KQFF) is the biggest annual film festival in Kansai region that celebrates and shows various films that focus on diverse gender and sexuality issues around the world. What distinguishes KQFF is its broad concern on themes and problems of LGBT and the other sexual minorities in the society. KQFF was first held in 2005 and we are proud that we will be able to celebrate 7th KQFF this year. Every year, we screen films from all around the world and show selected ones with original Japanese subtitles.
We have successfully decided also this year to hold the festival in a couple of places. Please see below:
Please see this page to check programs and visit the websites of each film to look up their detailed information.
for Single Program
for Triple Programs
for All of Osaka
for All of Kyoto
|Kansai Free Pass
All the Programs
Advance tickets can be purchased with a credit card from the KQFF website using PayPal, online using eplus (http://eplus.jp/), Famiport machines in FamilyMart convenience stores, and from selected outlets in Kansai.
Please see the introductions here. (Japanese)
It's possible to purchase whatever your gender is.
Near the Umeda/Osaka Station (Hankyu, JR and others)
The 8th floor of the building with Ferris wheel(HEP FIVE)
The hall of timber construction and tiled roof at the back of a gravel road, just south of the gymnastic hall.