Two inspiring movies to be screened for International Women’s Day and LGBT History Month next month
For International Women’s Day and LGBT History Month, Outcomers, Dundalk present two inspiring movies on Friday 8th March at 8pm!
Open since 1997, the Outcomers is a social and befriending support group for gay, lesbian, bi-sexual and transgender (LGBT) people. Their drop in centre provides a safe, social and relaxed environment
for the Dundalk LGBT community and is located in the centre of town.
Dir Joe Ingham & Alice Smith, Ireland, 2019, 25 mins
Invisible Women is a new short documentary about two extraordinary Irish women: Angela Cooper from Dublin and Luchia Fitzgerald from Cork who have spent the last 50 years transforming the lives
of thousands of women and LGBTQ people. Theirs is a genuinely revelatory story filled with hope, optimism and triumph.
A FANTASTIC WOMAN
Dir Sebastián Lelio, Chile, Germany, Spain, USA, 2017, 103 mins, Cert: 15A | Language: Spanish
Marina is beautiful, vibrant and in love. When her older lover Orlando dies suddenly, she is left in a state of shock. Still raw with grief Marina finds that, as a transgender woman, she is suspected of foul play by his family. A moving drama about a woman struggling with societal prejudice. Starring: Daniela Vega, Francisco Reyes.
‘Invisible Women’ and ‘A Fantastic Woman’ screen on Friday 8th March at 8pm. Tickets are €7 for both movies. You can book tickets at the Box Office at An Táin Arts Centre, Crowe Street, Dundalk,
phone us on 042 9332332 or order online at www.antain.ie