2015 GAZE International LGBT Film Festival Dublin

Festival PR and Marketing Personnel

Application Deadline 5pm, 24/04/15

 

GAZE International LGBT Film Festival seek to appoint a Festival PR and Marketing Officer for the 23rd Annual GAZE International LGBT Film Festival 2015, which will take place over the August Bank Holiday weekend at the Lighthouse Cinema, Dublin.

 

Job Description

Start Date: Tuesday May 5th 2015

 

Period of part-time, and period of full-time in the immediate lead up to the 2015 GAZE Film Festival.

Must be available for some evenings and weekends, particularly during the period immediately prior to and during the GAZE Film Festival.

 

Reporting to:

GAZE Festival Manager

 

Experience required:

3+ years, or relevant experience. Commitment to excellence in the arts, a passion for LGBT cinema, as well as knowledge of LGBT history, culture, and diversity, is a must.

 

Key Tasks:

 

Key Qualities:

 

Please send applications (CV and Cover Letter) to roisin@gaze.ie

 

Application Deadline: Friday, April 24th at 5PM

 

Interviews will take on Wednesday April 29th.

 

IRELAND SELECTED AS COUNTRY FOCUS FOR 2015

IRIS PRIZE FESTIVAL

 

GAZE International LGBT Film Festival is delighted to be working with the Iris Prize as partners in curating a programme of LGBT films from Ireland. These films will be showcased as part of the Iris Prize Festival in Cardiff, taking place from 7 – 11 October 2015.

To officially launch the event, Berwyn Rowlands, Director of the Iris Prize, will present a selection of short films from the 2014 Iris Prize Festival in Dublin. The event will take place on Tuesday, April 28th 2015 at 7pm, at the Wood Quay Venue, Dublin Civic Offices, Dublin 8. This special event is open to friends of the festival.

For more information on the Iris Prize, click here.

 

GAZE 2015 CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS

 

GAZE International LGBT festival is delighted to announce that submissions are open for Irish and International shorts and features for GAZE 2015. The festival is particularly interested in nurturing homegrown LGBT filmmaking talent, so if you are currently in production, or have a completed film, GAZE would love to hear from you.

To submit your film, or for more information, contact roisin@gaze.ie.

Gaze International LGBT Film Festival will take place over the 2015 August Bank Holiday weekend, July 30th to August 3rd. The festival celebrates LGBT storytelling, with an exciting programme of film and events that will engage filmmakers and audiences in a vibrant social experience.

 

GAZE on Tour 2015

 

GAZE International LGBT Film Festival Dublin, with the support of The Community Foundation Of Ireland, are collaborating with access>CINEMA to bring you the first phase of GAZE on Tour.


GAZE is delighted to collaborate with access>CINEMA and announce the First Phase of GAZE on Tour 2015, screening The Case Against 8 around Ireland in the coming months.

 
The Case Against 8 is an account of the epic five-year legal battle that overturned Proposition 8. Co-directors Cotner and White take us on a riveting, hold-your- breath, behind the scenes look at the historic Californian trial that overturned the controversial constitutional amendment. The story first made headlines with the unlikely pairing of Ted Olson and David Boies, political foes who last faced off as opposing attorneys in Bush v. Gore. The film also follows the plaintiffs, two gay couples who find their families at the centre of the same-sex marriage controversy. This extraordinary film provides fly-on-the-wall coverage of a trial the public was never allowed to see.

So far GAZE on Tour have 9 confirmed venues, with others still to be announced. Marriage Equality, the Irish Council for Civil Liberties, and GLEN, the Gay and Lesbian Equality Network, will host panel discussions to coincide with the screenings in selected venues. GAZE on Tour has been very successful for the last two years, but this will be the biggest project by far.

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