Craic LGBT Fest 2016
Film Fleadh Foundation (Craic Fest) presents
CRAIC LGBT festival - Saturday, May 21 at IRISH ARTS CENTER
Special guest award winning filmmaker Barry Dignam
Pre-reception | 6 pm – 7:30 pm. Screening | 7:30 pm – 9 pm. Post-show Reception | 9 pm – 10:30 pm
GAZE is proud to foster, promote, and exhibit home-grown LGBT film in this selection of Irish-produced shorts, which explores late-night hook-ups, gender fluidity, and the power of your first love, amongst other themes.
Ana Rodgers. 4 minutes
Brian Deane. 13 minutes
Eoin Maher. 23 minutes
Shannon Purcell. 10 minutes
Eoin Heaney. 6 minutes
Cara Holmes, Paula Geraghty. 12 minutes
GAZE – Making History is the GAZE account of the historic same-sex marriage referendum victory.
Céad Ghrá is a nostalgic coming-of-age story about two best friends in thrall to that powerful first crush.
In No Strings, Bryn, a jaded young man new to London, must spend the night with Sean, after their casual sexual encounter leaves Sean stranded.
Meet Luke – he tries to avoid labels at all costs, as gender is not as simple or binary as we have been taught.
Inspired by the work of Eadweard Muybridge, Turning is a dance film exploring the cyclical nature and repetitive behavior of contemporary society.
Our Gemma explores questions of identity and how the comedian Gemma Hutton responds to bigotry and sectarianism in Northern Ireland.