5th July 2021
Today, Tbilisi Pride March 2021 should have taken place. After prior events - including a screening of March for Dignity
and a Pride festival - took place safely and security upheld, the Georgian Government publiclyboycotted and deserted Pride
activists on the morning of the March. This is a completely shocking failure sanctioned by the Prime Minister, resulting
in violent attacks on Pride offices, assaults on journalists, and the stabbing of a Polish tourist, with no Police presence.
This is a conscious abdication of the government's responsibility to uphold the rights of Georgian citizens, and the freedom
of the Press.
The March for Dignity team hope the International community can come together in solidarity to enact measures against
this complete indifference.
30th June 2021
For those hoping to watch March for Dignity online, we can highlight a unique platform to view it on.
March for Dignity is now available via Oculus VR Movies. This does require an Oculus headset, and offers a
new kind of viewing experience. Other on-demand options coming soon!
17th June 2021
Mariam Kvaratskheila and March for Dignity director John Eames will be attending a special screening at the
Rio Cinema, London on 27th June. There will be a Q&A after the film. Tickets available at www.riocinema.org.uk
12th June 2021
We will have further cinema screenings in Vilnius at kinodeli.lt on June 25th & 26th as well in Munich
at neues-maxim.de on 8th July. More screenings around Europe and Canada coming soon.
4th June 2021
To mark Pride Month, March for Dignity will be screening at Filmhaus in Vienna on June 6th & 16th. Tickets are
available at www.filmcasino.at. More screenings around the world coming up throughout the summer. Stay tuned and a
Happy, Powerful Pride to everyone.
24th March 2021
After a great run of in-person festivals in Australia, March for Dignity won the award for Best Documentary at the
Pride Queer Film Festival in Perth.
16th December 2020
We've enjoyed all of the numerous festivals that March for Dignity has screened at in the past couple of months. We were
so pleased to be awarded the Best Documentary prize at Qflix, Philadelphia. Thanks to all festivals this year, and we look
forward to many more in 2021!
13th October 2020
March for Dignity will have a physical screening at the Castle Cinema in London as part of the Fringe! Queer Film Fest.
Tickets are available through the link below and we'll see you there!
4th October 2020
March for Dignity was awarded the first prize at FIDBA in the LGBTIQ+ feature category.
3rd October 2020
The jury at Oslo/Fusion International Film Festival gave March for Dignity a special mention in the Documentary category.
28th September 2020
March for Dignity had successful physical screenings at the Orlando International Film Festival and the Oslo/Fusion
International Film Festival. The film also has new upcoming screenings at Reel Q, Blacksphere, Dea Open Air, Sofia Biting Docs, and Trans Stellar.
31st August 2020
March for Dignity was awarded "Best in Show" by the jury at the Fargo-Moorhead LGBT film festival.
Thank you for the accolade from a great programme of films. Check out the rest of the festival here:
22nd August 2020
We're pleased to share that March for Dignity is an official selection for OUTSOUTH Queer Film Festival,
Oslo/Fusion International Film Festival, Fargo-Moorhead LGBT Film Festival, Gilbert Baker Film Festival,
the Internacional Queer Film Festival Playa Del Carmen, and the Orlando International Film Festival.
Check our Screenings page for dates.
1st August 2020
March for Dignity received a special mention from the jury at the Kashish Queer Film Festival.
21st July 2020
The team at March for Dignity are delighted to announce that the film was awarded the Best Feature Documentary
prize at Brighton Rocks Film Festival (shared with No-one Uses Typewriters Anymore)
Thank you so much to the festival jury, and we can't wait for the festival in August.
30th June 2020
We are delighted to announce that March for Dignity has been selected to be in the program of the Vancouver Queer Film Festival.
The festival will be online, starting on August 13th.
25th June 2020
Read an interview with the director of March for Dignity, John Eames, featured in Reckless Magazine.