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Bruce La Bruce’s ‘No Skin of My Ass’ was screened at the first GAZE, 1992

Now known far and wide as GAZE (a name coined in 2007 by Ailbhe Smyth when she was a board member), the Dublin Lesbian and Gay Film Festival was founded in 1992 by Yvonne O’Reilly and Kevin Sexton, who had previously run a popular monthly gay film club at the Irish Film Institute (IFI). From the very start, the festival has showcased the best in LGBT+ cinema from Ireland and around the world, first in the Irish Film Institute until 2009 and then at its current home, the Light House Cinema for the August Bank Holiday weekend.

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We’re celebrating 30 years of GCN this month, that’s three decades and 340 issues of Ireland’s beloved queer magazine, and what a time of incredible change for LGBT+ people in Ireland our pages have documented over that time! In this very special issue, with a cover specially created by artist Will St Leger, 30 columnists remember 30 moments that changed Ireland of 30 years. From decriminalisation to marriage equality, and everything in between, there’s a lot of reading and a lot or reminiscing in this bumper collector’s edition. It’s literally everything you ever wanted to know about queer Ireland. Dig in now and get reading!

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