About AQFF

Our mission is to bring queer films and filmmakers to the beautiful state of West Virginia, break down stereotypes and broaden minds in the Appalachian region.

  • What can’t you say about Lewisburg? It’s literally the coolest town in America!
    Tim Ward, Founder
  • Our mission is to bring queer films and filmmakers to our state in an effort to create an atmosphere of creativity, tolerance and acceptance.
    Jon Matthews, Filmmaker & Founder
  • Many outside filmmakers may have negative preconceptions about West Virginia. We want to show these outsiders the beauty of our region and its people.
    Tuesday Taylor, Writer & Founder
  • We want to create a film festival that not only breaks down negative stereotypes but also showcases diverse films and filmmakers within this amazing and mostly unnoticed region.
    Tim Ward, Founder

AQFF News

Getting There

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on March 3rd, 2017 0 Comments

Heading to Morgantown for #AQFFinMorgantown on April 29? Here are your best options for getting there.

Flying

Morgantown is accessible by plane through both the Morgantown Municipal Airport (with service from Dulles) and through the Pittsburgh …

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#AQFFinMorgantown

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on February 28th, 2017 0 Comments

As we enter our fourth (!) year of the Appalachian Queer Film Festival, I honestly can’t believe how quickly the time has passed. A lot can change over four years — during that time, our …

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  • What can’t you say about Lewisburg? It’s literally the coolest town in America!
    Tim Ward, Founder
  • Our mission is to bring queer films and filmmakers to our state in an effort to create an atmosphere of creativity, tolerance and acceptance.
    Jon Matthews, Filmmaker & Founder
  • Many outside filmmakers may have negative preconceptions about West Virginia. We want to show these outsiders the beauty of our region and its people.
    Tuesday Taylor, Writer & Founder
  • We want to create a film festival that not only breaks down negative stereotypes but also showcases diverse films and filmmakers within this amazing and mostly unnoticed region.
    Tim Ward, Founder