Queer Movie Nights


15 - 17 May 2023


Trianon Cinemax

Kodrigktonos 21, Athens


The Antivirus magazine team honors this year’s IDAHOBIT with a three-day LGBTQI+ film festival. The films will be subtitled in both Greek and English and the screenings will take place at the historic Trianon cinema.

This year’s Queer Movie Nights will present films with themes such as sports, family, refugee and masculinity, all with a focus on the LGBTQI+ community.

In an effort to support the work of queer artists in Greece, Queer Movie Nights will host the Greek Section to let the public choose the best Greek LGBTQI+ short film.

During the festival, QMN will have the pleasure of hosting the directors of the films “The Swimmer” and “In from the Side,” as well as panels featuring organizations and personalities related to the LGBTQI+ community.



15 May

Everybody’s got somebody… not me – Raúl Fuentes, Mexico, 2012, 95 minutes

My father Marianne – Mårten Klingberg, Sweden, 2020, 110 minutes

The Wound – John Trengove, France/Netherlands/South Africa/Germany, 2017, 88 minutes

16 May

One in a million – Joya Thome, Germany, 2022, 84 minutes

Selection of Greek queer short films
Empty Hug (Rachel Samanidou, 20 minutes)
The blacklight room (Panos Koutelas, 15 minutes)
Ecdysis (Pavlos Sifakis, 18 minutes)
Mother is cooking potatoes (Maria Christopoulou, 10 minutes)
Men’s Talk (Andigoni Bitsikokou, 10 minutes)
The Melita Show The Movie (Menelaos Siafakas, 12 minutes)

Zuhur’s Daughters – Laurentia Genske, Robin Humboldt, Germany, 2021, 89 minutes

17 May

The Swimmer – Adam Kalderon, Israel, 2021, 84 minutes

In from the side – Matt Carter, United Kingdom, 2022, 134 minutes

18 May

Entry-free screenings at the Goethe Institute.


Admission: 3 EUR per screening – 5 EUR daily pass

Closest Metro Station: Victoria

Metro to Venue: 5 minutes walking

Wheelchair Accessibility Yes


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