Bartek is a young man who runs a small horse farm and looks after his possessive mother. Their relation is not easy but it becomes even more difficult when he falls in love with the musician Dawid and begins to dream of leaving home. "Simple, direct, straightforward, and satisfying, Elephant [Slon] goes for it and gets there. Kamil Krawczycki’s hold on the story, characters and themes is good and strong, and he moves his appealing and attractive film smoothly along, with beautiful visuals, shot in the Pieniny Mountains, Malopolskie, Poland. Even so, it wouldn’t work if you didn’t like Jan Hrynkiewicz and Pawel Tomaszewski, but they are easy to like, especially Hrynkiewicz." - Derrick Winnert
Pride Film Fest streams international queer films weekly in an innovative film fest format.
Pride Film Fest features films that have been recognized in festivals worldwide and have yet to be streaming on demand.
Our contest films are submitted through FilmFreeway, and submissions are taken throughout the year, as one of our goals is to get exciting new films in front of audiences quickly. If you are a filmmaker, please submit queer films of any length through FilmFreeway.
Pride Film Fest's membership is $10 per month, and members see all shorts and mid-length contest films for free and get discounted tickets for features.
Whether you are an artist or an audience member, we look forward to engaging with you as an artist or audience member.