Linda Cullen & Vanessa Gildea’s documentary, ‘The 34th’ tells the story of the driven and dedicated people who formed Marriage Equality in Ireland and developed it into a highly effective grassroots force with one clear goal in mind – the extension of Civil Marriage to same-sex couples.
Through revealing interviews and archive material, former board members and staff outline the strategising, fierce battles, sheer hard graft and personal cost of running such an all-consuming campaign.
The film was featured at the 2017 GAZE International LGBT Film Festival in Dublin where it received two awards: The Audience Award and The Spirit of GAZE award.
It has been shown at a number of special screening events throughout 2018 but this is the first time it will be available to watch en masse.
‘The 34th’ is available to watch right now on Netflix.
New Releases On Netflix Ireland
‘The 34th’ is just one of a number of notable titles being added to the streaming service this November.
The Untold Tales if Armistead Maupin
This documentary traces the life of ‘Tales of the City’ author Armistead Maupin, from his conservative roots to his rise as an LGBTQ champion.
Feminists: What Were They Thinking?
Revisiting 1970s photos of women that captured a feminist awakening, this film explores those women’s lives and examines the continued need for change.
Six stories of unconditional love between humans and their best friends. Dogs, coming to Netflix on November 16.
Three queens serve fierce looks and take on evil. Whether they’re facing a shady customer or outright bigotry, these queens are ready to spread their glitter and twerk away the shade. Queens from ‘RuPaul’s Drag Race’ Willam Belli, Ginger Minj, Trixie Mattel and Shangela will all lend their voice talents to the English version of this Brazilian animated series and we can’t wait for this to hit Netflix on November 9.
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