QDoc 2018 is a wrap! Stay tuned for 2019's festival dates...
QDoc is the only festival in the U.S. devoted exclusively to LGBTQ documentaries. Documentaries offer a unique vehicle to creatively engage core issues of queer identity – politics, history, culture, diversity, sexuality, family, aging, and coming-out issues.
Founded in 2007 by Russ Gage and David Weissman, and directed by Molly King and Deb Kemp since 2017, QDoc has shown award-winning films fresh from Sundance, Berlin, Hot Docs, Tribeca, Amsterdam and other top-tier festivals. We have shown historical films, personal stories, artist biographies, experimental work and topical films dealing with current controversies. Visiting artists have included prominent filmmakers from all over the U.S. and from as far as Italy and Australia, who have participated in lively discussions after the screenings. We have hosted emerging filmmakers as well as 3 Academy Award winning directors, enabling dynamic audience interaction with artists.
Documentary as a form of expression is as vital and energetic as it has ever been, and QDoc brings the highest caliber of films – and their makers – to share with Portland audiences.
Oh how we love and cherish our project team!
Huge shout-out and thanks to our long-term team members, and those new to the QDoc team this year. We couldn’t pull this off without you!
Dan Winter & John Forsgren
The Hollywood Theatre Team
If you’re interested in volunteering on the day at this year’s festival we’d love to hear from you!
Just email our Festival Volunteer Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Molly King & Deb Kemp
Russ Gage & David Weissman