Rainbow Visions is Edmonton’s LGBTQ film festival!

Launched in 2015, join us for our 5th Anniversary Edition: November 7th - 10th, 2019 at Metro Cinema.

SEE THE FULL 2019 LINEUP HERE! It all kicks off with our incredible opening night film, You Don’t Nomi - presented by FRUIT LOOP!

 
 
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NOVEMBER 7-11, 2019

SCHEDULE   Check out the full schedule to plan out your film consumption adventure with us. With a solid line-up of features and shorts, we have a great 4 days planned.   Read More →

SCHEDULE

Check out the full schedule to plan out your film consumption adventure with us. With a solid line-up of features and shorts, we have a great 4 days planned.

Read More →

VOLUNTEER   Great volunteers make a great festival, and we are always looking to expand our team and spread the film festival love!   Apply Now →

VOLUNTEER

Great volunteers make a great festival, and we are always looking to expand our team and spread the film festival love!

Apply Now →

VENUE   All of our films will be screened at The Metro Cinema, located inside the historic Garneau Theatre. Check out the link below for some tips/details on getting there.   Read More →

VENUE

All of our films will be screened at The Metro Cinema, located inside the historic Garneau Theatre. Check out the link below for some tips/details on getting there.

Read More →

TICKETS & PASSES   Plan ahead! Though some tickets will be available for sale at the door, some screenings do sell out, so be sure to check out advanced tickets sales.   Read More →

TICKETS & PASSES

Plan ahead! Though some tickets will be available for sale at the door, some screenings do sell out, so be sure to check out advanced tickets sales.

Read More →

 

BRINGING THE BEST NEW LGBTQ FILMS TO EDMONTON!

Since our inaugural edition in 2015, Rainbow Visions has featured some of the most acclaimed films on the festival circuit, including:

TANGERINE, PUSHING DEAD, BOY MEETS GIRL, MAPPLETHORPE, MAJOR!, TOM OF FINLAND, STUDIO 54, THE HAPPY PRINCE, MAN MADE, & More. We’ve also welcomed a host of filmmakers, including a visit from iconic Canadian ‘punk’ filmmaker Bruce LaBruce.

 
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