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Project Arts Centre presents
Dates: 29 Jul - 29 Jul
Show Time: 4pm
By Gaze Dublin International LGBT Film Festival
GAZE HOMEWORDS (IRISH SHORTS)
This collection of shorts showcases the diverse range of LGBT work being made in Ireland right now.
HOLD ON TIGHT is the winer of this year’s ABSOLUT GAZE Filmmaker’s Award in which LGBT couples talk about the joys and fears of displaying affection in public. MUSIC VIDEO mixes Martin Cahill, homoerotic dance moves and Mickey Mouse into a stylish and clever short. MAKING MICHAEL casts a critical queer eye over the construction of celebrity. INTO THE WILD turns zoology on its head in a tongue-in-cheek take on nature documentaries. BIG PINK is a mesmerising abstract animation work. SLEIGNT OF HAND tells of a young woman who returns home for her father’s funeral to a hostile reception. EMERALD WARRIOR follows a member of the Irish gay rugby team, and in AOEFE’S STORY an aspiring burlesque performer gets on stage for the first time.
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June 17 2019, at 01:10pm
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May 14 2019, at 11:31am
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