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Budapest Lesbian Film Committee is a creative working team of the association, founded in 2000. It is a group of independent lesbian filmmakers making low-budget movies.

Their first film, entitled “What can a young lesbian do in the big city?” which was supported by the Balázs Béla Stúdió, was a big success in 2000, at the 5th Gay and Lesbian Film and Cultural Festival. The second film, “The Pink Ferret”, a lesbian crime story, has been presented at the 2003 festival. A series of short movies (“Big Films from the Small World”) has been shown at the 2004 festival, including two documentaries, a love drama, a videoclip, and a western parody. In 2005, they presented “Coming-Out Ball” and “A Pilgrimage to the Land of the Goatrouge”, and in 2006 “Bandage, Socks, and Hair”.

The filmmakers believe their films colour and strengthen the identity and the world of lesbians living in Hungary. Their narratives and documentaries have their place at the annual Budapest LGBT festivals and have been screened at a number of LGBT film festivals around the world.

The documentary of Kriszta Bódis, Village Romance is available here.