GAZE International LGBT Film Festival

Light House Cinema, Wednesday 30th September - Sunday 4th October

We're back bringing you breathtaking, mind-bending and life-altering cinematic experiences on screen and from the comfort of your home with the 28th edition of GAZE LGBTQ+ Film Festival.

GAZE returns to the Lighthouse Cinema and the Irish Film Institute from September 30th to October 4th. In response to the current situation, this year’s GAZE will have a smaller number of physical screenings, which will have a reduced capacity and follow all public health and social distancing guidelines.

We are delighted to introduce GAZE at Home, a chance for those who can't join us in cinemas to become a part of GAZE, providing a platform for world class LGBTQ+ Films.

In this unprecedented year, we will continue to celebrate the power of LGBTQ+ experiences in film through shared and collective quality arts experience, and advocacy within our community.

Wednesday 30th September - Sunday 4th October
Light House Cinema, Market Street South, Smithfield, Dublin 7, D07 R6YE, Ireland

Google Map of Light House Cinema, Market Street South, Smithfield, Dublin 7, D07 R6YE, Ireland

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