GAZE (LGBTQI Short Film Screening) // IRISH FILM FESTIVAL SYDNEY
Address: 249 Oxford Street, Paddingotn, Sydney, NSW
Buy / Ticket: https://irishfilmfestival.com.au/sessions/gaze/05_05-2019-800pm/
Call: +612 8065 7363
2018 / 18 Minutes / Eleanor Rogers
A young driven female relay runner begins to question her sexuality when a new member joins the relay team.
Thirst / 2017 / 9 Minutes / Eoin Maher
Drew leaves another disappointing gay hook up and wonders why he feels so alone. His internal monologue delves deep into the mind of a lonely gay man - his desires, his insecurities and his wavering belief he'll find love. Leaving him wondering is there a happy ending for him
Cat Calls / 2017 / 9 Minutes / Kate Dolan
Dead Men Don't Catcall. A sexual predator getting his comeuppance when he tries to target girls who aren’t exactly shrinking violets
Wren Boys / 2017 / 11 Minutes / Harry Lighton
On the day after Christmas, a Catholic priest from Cork drives his nephew to prison.
Johnny / 2018 / 8 Minutes / Hugh Rodgers
Johnny is a young traveler who has to come to terms with his sexuality, and wants to help his deeply traditional community to do the same.
The Red Tree / 2018 / 22 Minutes / Paul Rowley The Red Tree is a “powerful and poetic” short film that tells the little known history of Italian gay men being arrested and exiled to a remote island during Mussolini’s Fascist regime.