During this weekends Gaze film festival I cried my eyes out at several really moving documentaries, Wish Me Away got the ball rolling and set a high standard for the others to follow
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Tonight at 5:30pm! Married in Spandex follows a young lesbian couple from West Philadelphia as they travel across the United States to get hitched among the cornfields of Ames, Iowa.
Award winning documentary “Married in Spandex” makes its premiere in Dublin on 6th August as part of the GAZE Film Festival. It’s a hilarious personal story that explores love, relationships, gay matrimony, and nuanced perspectives on same-sex marriage and (of course) spandex. Go see!
The GAZE Dublin International LGBT Film Festival celebrates 20 years when it takes over The Light House in Smithfield between 2nd and 6th August next. Last night in Dublin saw the launch of the GAZE programme at The Light House cinema, and it’s bursting at the seams with the best in Irish and international queer cinematic goodies
This August will see one of the highlights in the LGBT calendar turn 20 when the Gaze Film Festival hits the Lighthouse cinema in Smithfield Square.
Gaze Film Festival Ltd. seeks to appoint a Festival Manager to administer the 20th Annual Dublin International LGBT Film Festival in 2012 on the August Bank Holiday weekend.
The Irish Times reports this morning that the board of Dublin’s Light House cinema are meeting to discuss a petition by the cinema’s landlord to wind up the company. But who benefits?
Here we present you with Gaelick’s films of 2010 – and a couple extra. Have you watched ‘em? Have we missed any? What tops your list from this year?
There are a few new nights starting up over the coming weeks, as well as some great one off events, so we here at Gaelick thought it would be a good idea to put them all into the one post for ease of your social lives!
It’s been quite a while since our last round-up of what’s been happening here at Gaelick Towers. (Personally, I blame the hectic madness of Pride and the Civil Partnership Bill.) Let’s remedy that, shall we?
GAZE comes of age! Celebrating its 18th birthday this year, the Dublin Lesbian & Gay Film Festival has just launched a programme of Irish and international cinematic treats for your viewing pleasure, all taking place in this August Bank Holiday Weekend. So we decided to go have a chat with them about what’s happening this year. Read on to discover what happened When Gaelick Met GAZE!
Thank god for tea. It cures all ails. Your good writer partook of a beverage or 2 last night and is not feeling the better for it. However, she has done her best to search the world-wide interweb for all news and not so newsworthy stories about lovely ladies. We kick things off in our very own fair capital of Dublin with the news that the GAZE film festival is breaking records in its opening night last night.
[All links open in a new window] I bravely ignored the usual Saturday-morning hangover, to mosey along to today’s gay marriage-themed double-bill during the GAZE Film Festival. The films featured were Oscar-Winner Freeheld and award-winning Suddenly, Last Winter. Given the current debate in Ireland about civil partnerships and marriage equality, I was eager to view [...]
We talk to author Emma Donoghue about literature, life, lesbian and gay rights, family, and her latest projects.
[All links open in a new window] Just as Dublin’s homos are recovering from our festive season – Dublin Pride and aLAF 2008 – Gaze returns to lift our spirits. The annual film orgy formerly known as the Dublin Lesbian and Gay Film Festival (or the oh-so snappy, DLGFF), Gaze this year is packed with [...]