Queer Vision 2017
Gaze at Queer Vision 18 (CTBA)
Queer Vision works with other LGBT+ film festival throughout the year and for the first time welcomes a guest screening from the Dublin based international LGBT film festival, Gaze.
Queer Vision proudly presents a fantastic selection of Irish short films of delicate humour, innocence and great moments in Irish history. We will be joined by Gaze Film Festival programmer Roisín Geraghty, plus some Kara Holmes and Paula Geraghty from the film Our Gemma,.
Dir: Brian Deane, 13 min
Two best friends set out on a quest in pursuit of their first crush.
Dir: Kate Dolan, 12 min
Two girls face the confusion and uncertainty of developing a same-sex first crush.
Dir: James Doherty, 14 min
The story of a hardy Irish Traveller who becomes increasingly concerned with his nine-year-old son’s femininity and sets about toughening him up.
Dir: Eoin Heaney, 6 min
Inspired by the work of Eadweard Muybridge, Turning is a dance film exploring the cyclical nature and repetitive behaviour of contemporary society.
More than God
Dir: Kev Cahill, 9 min
A screwball comedy that deals with family,obligation and the rigidity of religion.
Dir: Cara Holmes, 12 mins
Explores questions of identity and how Gemma responds to bigotry and political sectarianism in her life.
Dir: Anna Rodgers, 4 mins
This recounts the historic referendum victory in 2015, where Ireland became the first country in the world to legalise same-sex marriage by popular vote.