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GAZE Film Review: Any Day Now

GAZE Film Review: Any Day Now

As the GAZE Film Festival draws to an end, Jan Schneider reviews Any Day Now for EILE Magazine “I like happy endings.” “Don’t we all, sweetheart?” You rarely experience this moment anymore, where a movie finishes and most of the audience in the cinema is unable to move, still staring at the already blackened screen […]

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 […]

Event: The Love That Dare Not Speak Its Name

Event: The Love That Dare Not Speak Its Name

As part of the GAZE Film Festival, Bill Hughes’ documentary, The Love That Dare Not Speak Its Name, will be screened at 4:30pm today at the Light House Cinema in Smithfield. The documentary was initially broadcast by RTÉ in 2000, giving an overview of a century of gay life in Ireland from Oscar Wilde to decriminalisation […]