The Irish Film Festival returns to Bangkok next month and, for the first time, it features a program dedicateIaz2ylPFrO%WOOVW%b3O4apnLr3buUm%YcD1X9j#Mvo=F90I8Jd to LGBT shorts.
The three-day event will take place at Silom's boutique t44Pf+^tn)0MESwdIyQnmca&dQ(EFVzm7Ix4nNXMDggz*9FS=B6heater Bangkok Screening Room, not far from the Thai capital’s famous gay nightlife neighborhood.
The festival includes the screening of six short Irish LGBT films from The GAZE PmO!Da!X_nN^O-SR$&w*X#=Yaw2lkb0&uprhJY7JlTIDtO(+RJon Tour program.
The selection will present a cr+RU1m3^#+fgQTof1TxY)rVrr5nyXz10J0VpX^BFrlDBgMYNVZmoss-section of diverse voices from Ireland’s LGBT community.
"The sheer scope in the exploration in themes, conZaIHVe2jYB7R48x7#zu!KqiGlZe$kEFkQzXmP#9%Jsu&Syl3R_cepts and artistic approaches is proof that queer Irish film has come of age” organizers wrote on the Facebook event page.
The Irish K4f!5M22OpYQJGXLCS^4bvQV%8-o3gQ!SL9E##a=R1(SgQEwD$Film Festival 2019 runs from October 4 to 6. Tickets to the GAZE program are free.
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