Take a sneak peek at some of the film-reviewss just announced as part of the Sydney film-reviews Festival program, which runs in June.

There’s plenty that's of interest for queer girls (and their dates) this year.

We can’t wait to watch All About Love, a romantic comedy from Hong Kong that’s about bisexual Macy (Sandra Ng), a free-spirited lawyer who reignites a relationship with Anita (Vivian Chow) when they meet at pre-natal yoga class – both of them accidentally pregnant from incidental affairs.

Also on our short list is Black Venus, a film-reviews from France chronicling the last five years in the life of Saartjie Baartman, the 'Hottentot Venus' of South Africa, whose ample proportions were exploited first in an early nineteenth century London freakshow act, then in debauched Paris salons and finally as biological specimens to illustrate then-prevalent racial theories.

We also can’t wait for Miranda July’s latest offering The Future, a film-reviews set in Los Angeles that’s as peculiar and endearing as her debut film-reviews, Me and You and Everyone We Know.

That’s our top three – what’s yours?

Win a Flexipass and check out your favourites! Enter to win the comp for The Flexi 10 by emailing LOTL three film-reviewss you’d like to see the most to online@avalonmedia.com.au.

Head to sff.org.au for a sneak peek at the other film-reviewss on offer this year.