An LGBT+ film festival is set to return to celebrate Pride.

Live screenings will be held at Duke's at Komedia, The Ledward Centre and the We Are Fabuloso festival for Brighton Pride in August.

FilmPride organisers said they were excited to return to showcase films about LGBT+ life, from the "passions" to the "struggles".

The Argus: Minima and the DragMinima and the Drag (Image: FilmPride)

Deborah Espect, festival director of FilmPride, said: “We’re very excited to be returning to We Are Fabuloso for Brighton and Hove Pride and thrilled to be also screening a selection of our films at Duke’s at Komedia and The Ledward Centre.

"We have films in every genre including a special showcase of LGBTQIA+ horror short films on a range of topics, made by independent filmmakers from all corners of the world.

"We’re celebrating all aspects of queer life our passions, our fights, our struggles, our unity and differences.

"And to make our festival more accessible, all our films have English subtitles and a BSL interpreter will be present to sign our introductions and Q&As with filmmakers.”

The Argus: A still from RequiemA still from Requiem (Image: FilmPride)

The event was founded by Latest TV with Brighton Pride, with support from the British Film Institute which helped award funds from the National Lottery.

It kicks off on July 29 at the Ledward Centre in Jubilee Street, followed by screenings at Komedia in Gardner Street from August 1 before the event is hosted at Brighton Pride's festival We Are Fabuloso in Preston Park on August 5 and 6.