STAMPED: Pensacola LGBT Film Festival

Date Posted: Jul 17, 2015

The Pensacola LGBT Film Festival began in 2012 as a means to create a more accepting, safe and educated community in our small, Gulf Coast town of Pensacola, Florida.

The festival has been going strong ever since, growing into an annual four-day celebration (in October) of film that has attracted hundreds of people every year. Continuing to grow, the festival spreads their message of acceptance along the Gulf Coast through the art of film, showcasing dozens of LGBT+ films and filmmakers that range from local to international.

This year, the group is proud to introduce their first foray into the Foo Foo Fest lineup, with “STAMPED: Pensacola LGBT Film Fest” Foo Foo Festival edition.

The Pensacola LGBT Film Festival has become an event the Gulf Coast community looks forward to every year, celebrating film with the vast stories and experiences of LGBT+ people around the world.


  • Thursday, Nov. 12 at Treehouse Cinema (7:00 p.m.)
    • “Not Safe to Me”
    • “RSVP”


The mission of the Pensacola LGBT Film Festival is to host an inclusive, entertaining event that not only brings our local LGBT community together for four nights of fun, but also educates others in a way to spread acceptance and love throughout the Gulf Coast. Accessibility is a priority of the festival, and every year we have kept the festival free and open to anyone who wishes to join us. In order to make this a reality, we run off the generous donations of our community and local businesses to keep this event free of charge. Our festival is a big believer in the power of film to educate and entertain, and we use this medium coupled with the stories of the LGBT+ community to carry out our mission.


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