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    • Were in the bowels of the Light House Cinema, plotting and planning, Weather forecast is for rain over the weekend so make sure to book your ticket today, we have so much lined up for you over the 5 days so make sure to pop in and experience GAZE 2014


      GAZE 2014

      A snapshot of this years stories, make sure to book your tickets www.gaze.ie
    • Achtung! Kate Bornstein is a queer and pleasant danger!

      Do not miss the Irish premiere of this documentary about Kate's life at GAZE Film Festival Dublin 2014. As far as we're concerned, she's a living legend and this sometimes hilarious, sometimes moving, always thought-provoking film is not to be missed!

      Book your tickets and get more info. here:

      Trailer for "Kate Bornstein Is a Queer & Pleasant Danger"

      For decades, performance artist and writer, Kate Bornstein, has been exploding binaries and deconstructing gender—and her own identity. Trans-dyke. Reluctant polyamorist.…
    • From lovable rogues in Croc A Dyke Dundee and The Dog to hard hitting, political documentaries such as The Case Against 8 and Campaign of Hate – 2014 is proving to be a superb year for LGBT documentary films. On flicking through this year’s festival programme, there’s no end to the number of fabulously diverse films that GAZE audiences can salivate over!

      With any film festival, feature films tend to fare better than documentaries in terms of box office sales, so that’s why (with only 3 days to go before we officially kick off) we want to honour our ‘dedication to documentaries’ by drawing those pretty sparkly eyes of yours to some of the gas, zany, dirty, fun, off the wall documentaries that we have for you this year.

      Kate Bornstein Is A Queer and Pleasant Danger and I Always Said Yes: The Many Lives Of Wakefield Poole will no doubt, be very popular choices but if you know what’s good for you, you should also definitely try and make it to either Camp Beaverton or the Double Bill of Gay Meets Girl (and Grind). Bold, irreverent and controversial (some would say), make sure you’re installed comfortably in either Screen 1 or 2 this Sunday afternoon at 4.30pm!

      And if over the weekend you’re in the mood for some powerful and honest films that perfectly capture GAZE’s ‘power of our stories’ focus for 2014, then you’ll really want to see Irish filmmaker, Laura Fletcher’s African Pride or perhaps ‘the killer lesbians’ in Out In The Night or indeed the charming Italian documentary love story Off Road.

      There’s a rake of other documentaries to check out so, have a good trawl through the programme, get booking and have a brilliant weekend!

      Book your tickets here: www.lighthousecinema.ie/gaze.php

      GAZE 2014

      A snapshot of this years stories, make sure to book your tickets www.gaze.ie
    • Only Days to go before the opening night of GAZE2014, were so excited, don't for get to book your tickets form Light House Cinema box office
    • Have you checked out the amazing offers for our freinds in Seven Social


      GAZE Dining @ Seven Social « GAZE International LGBT Film Festival
      We are delighted to be partnering with the award-winning restaurant, located just around the corner from the Light House Cinema.