Tag Archive | LGBT Film

Dr. Mary McAleese, Former President of Ireland, receives inaugural Vanguard Award from GAZE LGBT Film Festival

The GAZE LGBT Film Festival has presented Dr. Mary McAleese, Former President of Ireland, with the festival’s inaugural Vanguard Award.  The award was presented by filmmaker, John Butler, on the closing night of the hugely popular film festival in Light House Cinema, Smithfield, Dublin. The special Vanguard Award was created this year by the GAZE […]

Event: ‘I Still Believe’ Trans Film Screening @ Polska Éire Festival

Event: ‘I Still Believe’ Trans Film Screening @ Polska Éire Festival

“I still believe” is a fascinating documentary about the activist of the Solidarity movement in Poland in the 80s, Marek Holuszko, who in 2000 became Ewa Holuszko and stopped fitting into the Polish patriotic narration. Marek Holuszko always knew she was a woman. Now, she can just be herself. Socially, however, it was a great […]

Update: Production Begins on ‘Kiss Me, Kill Me’

Update: Production Begins on ‘Kiss Me, Kill Me’

Production has officially begun on the LGBT whodunnit film, Kiss Me, Kill Me in Los Angeles, written and directed by David Michael Barrett and Casper Andreas. Since their interview in EILE Magazine’s November edition, David & Casper got in touch to update our readers that production on the film began yesterday. “It’s truly staggering”, the pair […]

EILE Highlight: Love Is Strange

After nearly four decades together, Ben (John Lithgow) and George (Alfred Molina) finally tie the knot in an idyllic wedding ceremony in lower Manhattan. When George’s Catholic employers find out about his same-sex marriage, George loses his job soon afterwards. The couple must sell their apartment and – victims of the relentless New York City […]

‘African Pride’ wins Best Human Rights Documentary at Galway Film Fleadh

‘African Pride’ wins Best Human Rights Documentary at Galway Film Fleadh

The winner of the Best Human Rights Documentary at the 26th Galway Film Fleadh, African Pride is RTÉ journalist Laura Fletcher’s directorial debut. The independent documentary looks at the way in which South Africans are meeting crimes targeting lesbian women, gay men and transgender people with visibility. The winner was selected by Amnesty International in Galway. 

‘African Pride’ To Be Screened at Galway Film Fleadh

‘African Pride’ To Be Screened at Galway Film Fleadh

Selected to compete for the Best Human Rights Documentary at the 26th Galway Film Fleadh, African Pride is RTÉ journalist Laura Fletcher’s directorial debut. The independent documentary looks at the way in which South Africans are meeting crimes targeting lesbian women, gay men and transgender people with visibility. South Africa’s constitution was the first in the world to […]

Don’t Miss: A Florida Enchantment @ Film Qlub, Dublin

Don’t Miss: A Florida Enchantment @ Film Qlub, Dublin

Born to Burn productions, in association with the Dublin Film Qlub, will present the 1914 film, A Florida Enchantment, tomorrow evening at a special screening in The Generator in Smithfield in Dublin. This is an extremely rare screening of the film A Florida Enchantment, a ground-breaking film of the silent era which is the earliest surviving feature film […]