General Sign Up

Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the 33rd annual Vancouver Queer Film Festival will once again be entirely digital. Our festival experience will be delivered to our communities in the comfort and safety of their homes. Volunteer opportunities will start as early as June and include both remote and socially-distanced in-person opportunities. We hope to create more connection and engagement with our volunteers this year so we can truly celebrate together as we work to put on the festival! Fill out this form, click submit, and we'll be in touch!



Please include the pronouns you use! eg. he/him, they/them, she/her, xe/xir, etc





Primary Phone

Primary Address

Can we leave you a queer message?

If we need to call your phone number and leave a message, is it safe for you if we mention the Queer Film Festival? ,

What's the best way to reach you?


Please select all that apply



What opportunities are you comfortable participating in?

COVID-19 protocols will be in place for in person opportunities

Briefly describe any experience you have related to IT, technical support, customer service, videography, or anything else you find relevant!

Keep it brief! Leave blank if not applicable.

What is your preferred t-shirt size?

Volunteers receive a complementary VQFF 2021 volunteer t-shirt.

Are you interested in driving?

Check all that apply.

Have you volunteered with the Vancouver Queer Film Festival before?

What are you interested in?


Emergency Contact

Medical & Limitations:

Leave blank for none - list any ADA needs, allergies, etc.

Additional Accessibility Support:

Let us know if you require any additional accessibility support.

How did you hear about us?

Please add our e-mails to your contact list to ensure we do not get flagged as spam.

The Volunteer Coordinator will primarily contact you via email.

If there is anything else you want to tell us, please share that here!

This could be self identifiers, languages identifiers, other skills/experience or interests.
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