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GAZE: MADCHEN IN UNIFORM

Leontine Sagan,

From Monday September 6th, in line with government guidelines, all patrons must show proof of vaccination upon entering the cinema screen. 90th Anniversary Screening. 90 years after its release, what remains astonishingly progressive about this classic of early sound cinema is…

GAZE: RAW! UNCUT! VIDEO!

Alex Clausen & Ryan A. White,

From Monday September 6th, in line with government guidelines, all patrons must show proof of vaccination upon entering the cinema screen. Irish Premiere. Long before the internet gave new meaning to the word ‘amateur,’ before homemade content was as easy as…

GAZE: SHAME // LESS

Stephen Quinn, Noel Donnellon & Luke Faulkner,

From Monday September 6th, in line with government guidelines, all patrons must show proof of vaccination upon entering the cinema screen. Presented at the IFI, a mere stone’s throw from the iconic Boilerhouse gay sauna, Shame // Less is a cosmic…

GAZE: THE NOVICE

Lauren Hadaway,

From Monday September 6th, in line with government guidelines, all patrons must show proof of vaccination upon entering the cinema screen. Fresh from an award-winning run at the Tribeca Film Festival, Lauren Hadaway’s accomplished debut asks at what point does human…

Goldfish Memory

Elizabeth Gill, 85 minutes, 2003

Typifying the brash confidence and excitement of Celtic Tiger Ireland, Goldfish Memory is an ensemble piece about the relationship troubles of a host of modern-day Dubliners and could be described as Ireland's first gay rom-com. Lecturer Tom (Sean Campion) cheats…

Handsome Devil

John Butler, 95 minutes, 2016

Returning to boarding school after the holidays, Ned (Fionn O’Shea), a bullied but resilient outsider, is dismayed to find he has been assigned a new roommate, Conor (Nicholas Galitzine), a rugby-playing Adonis. When Conor is drafted into the gang of…

How to Tell a Secret

Anna Rodgers,
Shaun Dunne., 100 minutes, 2022

This moving artistic exploration of HIV disclosure represents the experiences of people who are HIV positive in Ireland today. It features people who have never spoken publicly about their HIV status, who are using this film as a platform to…

I’m Roger Casement

Dearbhla Walsh, 12 minutes, 2017

Dancing with the queer bones of British knight, Irish rebel and international humanitarian, Roger Casement. Available as part of a curated series of shorts GAZE on Tour 2017.

Identities

Vittoria Colonna, 81 minutes, 2008

Five individuals give voice to their experiences of Ireland’s multifaceted transgender community in this exploration of a wide range of LGBT issues. Interviews and personal footage are preceded by a performance art piece which expresses a crucial aspect of the…

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