The 26th edition of GAZE LGBT Film Festival is officially underway in Dublin.
The festival is happening now and runs until 6th August at Light House Cinema, Smithfield. With an exciting line-up of Irish and international guest filmmakers.
Major titles in the 26th edition include Disobedience, starring Rachel Weisz and Rachel McAdams. Also confirmed to screen is The Miseducation of Cameron Post, starring Chloë Grace Moretz and Jennifer Ehle.
Filmmakers in attendance will be discussing their work and meeting audiences during Q&A’s, after films that explore a diverse range of subjects and stories.
GAZE programmer Roisín Geraghty said “This year’s programme, while including something for all audiences, is also a reflection of what a year it has been for women – in portrayals on screen, behind the camera, and social shifts in the feminist movement."
She continues, "we are also very proud of our Australian LGBT focus this year, a celebration of Australian LGBTQ+ society. As always, we’re particularly excited by our selection of excellent short films too."
Full details of all the events are available at the GAZE website, where tickets are also on sale.
Check out the full festival programme here.