Sunday, August 6th, 2017

It’s You Last Chance to GAZE

Monday 7th  August may be the final day of the 25th Edition of the annual GAZE International LGBT Film Festival in Dublin, but they have saved the best to last.

At 5.30 pm they are screening the new documentary films on one of the LGBT’s most beloved authors and diarists with The Untold Tales of Armistead Maupin the genius who scribed the phenomenally successful ‘Tales of The City’ which made us all fall in love with a very gay San Francisco.

Then at 8pm Francis Lee’s awarding God’s Own Country which is deservedly the most talked about gay male romance of the year , which we, with other critics have described as  ‘the English Brokeback Mountain’ …….but with hope.’  Grab a box of Kleenex and beg, steal or borrow to get a ticket.

Here is a link to our full review and another link to an interview we were fortunate enough to have with the movie’s writer/director Francis Lee.

For more information  & tickets

Posted by queerguru  at  17:55


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