Tag Archive | Documentary

Panti Documentary Needs YOUR Help!

Panti Documentary Needs YOUR Help!

The Queen of Ireland is a creative documentary about Irish drag superstar Panti Bliss, which has launched an Indie GoGo campaign to help fund its completion. Earlier this year, Panti shot to international prominence overnight after her Noble Call speech about the effects of homophobia captured the world’s attention. Rory O’Neill, the man behind the […]

Listen: Conor Horgan on ‘The Queen of Ireland’ Panti Bliss Documentary

Scott De Buitléir chats to Conor Horgan, Director of the upcoming documentary, ‘The Queen of Ireland’, which looks at the life of the internationally renowned Irish drag queen and LGBT rights activist, Panti Bliss. Recorded August 6, 2014. Want to stay up to date with all of EILE Magazine’s podcasts? Why not subscribe to our […]

Watch: Gaming in Color – ‘Gaymer’ Culture Documentary

A LGBT queer gamer has a higher chance of being mistreated in a social game. The power dynamic of a geek society tips against them. Diversive queer themes in storylines and characters are still mostly an anomaly in the mainstream video game industry. However, the gaming community is far more colorful than one may expect. Gaming […]

African Pride: LGBT Life in South Africa

African Pride: LGBT Life in South Africa

“A lot of the arguments that are used in South Africa… is that being gay is somehow ‘un-African’. It’s somehow white, Western or colonial. What this documentary is about is the people who are standing up and saying; ‘actually, no – I was born in this township, I grew up here, this is where I […]

GAZE Film Review: Mr Angel

GAZE Film Review: Mr Angel

Jenny Butler reviews the documentary, Mr Angel as part of the 2013 GAZE Film Festival in Dublin Director and producer, Dan Hunt, explains the process of making a documentary about Buck Angel; an American educator, public speaker and porn star who happens to be a transsexual. Hunt speaks with genuine warmth about the 6 year […]

One to Watch: Valentine Road at GAZE Film Festival

One to Watch: Valentine Road at GAZE Film Festival

In February 2008, 14-year-old Brandon McInerney shot dead his classmate, 15-year-old Lawrence ‘Larry’ King, at point blank range in their classroom. McInerney, a troubled teen from a white supremacist family, claimed that King, a biracial LGBT teen living in the guardianship of the social care system, had pushed him to breaking point with flirtatious behaviour […]