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Project Arts Centre presents
Dates: 29 Jul - 29 Jul
Show Time: 2pm
By Gaze International Dublin LGBT Film Festival
SHORT CURCIT IRIS PRIZE SHORTS
For the third year running, the Iris International Gay and Lesbian Short Film Prize competition brings together the best queer shorts from around the globe to GAZE, and this year’s selection shows a sector of the movie industry at the top of its game.
In Remember Me in Red, the friends of recently deceased transgender woman, Fidelia have to deal with her Latino parents, who expect to see a man being buried. In The Queen Bobby, a young Korean-American works out his prom queen fantasies late night at his parents’ dry cleaners. In Disarm two men meet online for a hook-up, but after an initial confrontation, they fall into conversation and have something they did not expect: a connection. In The Armoire, 11 year-old Aaron plays a game of hide and seek in which his friend Tony is never found. /Tools 4 Fools/ is a hilarious mock infomercial for refurbished dildos. From the ridiculous to the sublime, the difficult to the delirious, this shorts selection is one you won’t forget in a hurry.
Performance Dates, Tickets and Information
29 JUL 2011~ Tickets
Some shorts are foreign language with English subtitles.
BOOKING: (+353 1) 881 9613 or e-mail box-office.
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Our seating is unreserved so you will choose your seat on the night of the performance. We advise you to arrive at least 10 minutes before the start time as we are unable to seat patrons once a performance has begun.
Before the show, why not…?
…have a look around our gallery. During exhibitions our gallery is open Mon-Sat from 11AM until the performance begins…. …or catch up with your friends by having a drink in our bar. We offer a full bar service so if you just can’t wait to talk about the show join us afterwards for another.
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Berwyn Rowlands, Director of the Iris Prize will introduce this screening.
REMEMBER ME IN RED | USA | 2010 | 15:00 | Dir. Hector Ceballos
THE QUEEN | USA | 2009 | 7:00 | Dir. Christina Choe
DISARM | Australia | 2009 | 17:00 | Dir.Nathan Keene
THE ARMOIRE | Canada | 2009 | 22:00 | Dir. Jamie Travis
TOOLS 4 FOOLS | USA | 2009 | 8:00 | Dir. Kate Brandt
SWEDEN | 2011 | 83:00 | Dir: Lisa Aschan
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