You may have recently seen the powerful new video online about trans* rights in Europe. Behind this powerful and affecting short film was a tight-knit Irish team, including director Bob Gallgher, who told Gaelick about the making of the film.
Everyone needs to laugh, no matter what is going on in the world, and sometimes on YouTube you find clever little gems which make you do just that. I invite you to check out Screen Junkies’ “Honest Trailers” and lighten the load
Alex Siow spoke to Gaelick.com about her experience directing ‘What’s Your Sign?’ – one of my favourite shorts from Peccadillo Pictures’ collection, ‘Girls on Film: The First Date’
Gaelick caught up with Christoph Scheermann, director of the short ‘Fresh Air Therapy 2,’ one of the excellent short films making on Peccadillo Pictures’ compilation ‘Girls On Film: The First Date’
Anna Rodgers directed the only documentary, Hold On Tight, featured in Girls on Film: The First Date. We were delighted to interview Rodgers, the woman who brought homophobia into Irish sitting rooms in her documentary Growing Up Gay.
The Feminist Film Festival is delighted to announce its feature programme. The Festival is Ireland’s first independent, stand-alone, weekender Feminist Film Festival. The programme includes the Irish première of ‘Elaine Stritch: Shoot Me,’ a documentary about the late, world-renowned Emmy and Tony winner