A scene from “Don’t Look At Me That Way”

Fire!: a new date with the best gay and lesbian cinema

The French Institute in Barcelona will again host this long-standing festival showcasing the world’s best LGTB themed films.

Barcelona has film festivals for all tastes and interests, from music and fashion to sport and fantasy. One of the longest standing is Fire!, which has been bringing the world’s best LGBT themed films to the city for over 22 years. An average of three films per day can be seen at the city’s French Institute from 8 to 18 June.

The festival will kick off at 8.30pm on 8 June with the screening of “Paths”, a German film that heads a billboard that features works from France, Brazil, Argentina, United States and Italy, including “Esteros”, “Taekwondo”, “Amores Urbanos” and an adaptation of the famous gay comic “Tom of Finland”. In total, the festival includes 16 feature-length films, eight documentaries and around 30 short films.

Additional information is available on the festival website, where you can also buy tickets.

Publication date: Monday, 05 June 2017
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