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Hiding Place : a short film by Orla Keaveney

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    Our thanks to Irelands GCN (just celebrating its 33rd year as  Ireland’s National LGBTQ+ press)  for making us aware of this cute short queer film from writer/director Orla Keaveney .  Set in the Covid 19 Lockdown, ‘Hiding Places’ is about the how tough it can be when you are still not out to … Continue reading



Rialto : an exploration of masculinity

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    Rialto, the sophomore feature film  from Scottish filmmaker Philip Mackie Burns was written by queer Irish playwright Mark O’Halloran who adapted from his own award-winning stage play ‘Trade’. Incidentally O’Halloran also wrote the script of the stunning film Viva which in 2015 was Ireland’s Official Submission for Best Foreign Film at the Academy … Continue reading



Dating Amber : and pretending to be straight

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  Out-gay filmmaker David Freyne returns to his native Kildare in Ireland for the his latest film a delightful coming-out comedy that has a more than a passing reference to his own story . Set in 1995 a period Freyne comments was a time when so many films about being gay focused on people dying … Continue reading



Lover Boy : on the road to discover intimacy

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  Lover Boy is the second short written and directed by Irish filmmaker Steven McKenna.  It’s the coming-out-story of Mark   ( a very cute  Jamie LLoyd Belton) who in the course of a single night in his small home town tries his hand at intimacy with three different man with less then successful results . … Continue reading



Lúbtha a touching Queer Irish Short Film

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  Growing up as a teenager In Northern Ireland in the 1990’s in the midst of ‘The Troubles’ was no picnic.  In a country torn apart by an extreme religious-led political climate, day-to-day life was tough on all those trying just to survive in the middle of all the conflict.   It was even rougher for … Continue reading



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