We’ve got some tickets to give away to Who’s Gonna Love Me Now, hotly-anticipated which is hitting Dublin’s IFI as part of IFI Documentary Festival.
From the festival website:
Saar Moaz is an affable forty-year-old gay Israeli man living in London who sings regularly in the Gay Men’s Chorus; he’s also living with the burden of being HIV+ and the rejection he experienced at the hands of his conservative family who expelled him from their kibbutz many years ago on account of his sexual orientation.
Saar may be living freely in London, but he yearns to reconnect with his estranged siblings; Tomer and Barak Heymann’s exceptionally moving film – a deserving Audience Award winner at Berlin – charts his journey home to confront the resentment and prejudices that saw him flee his homeland.
This event is screening as part of IFI Documentary Festival 2016 (September 22- 25)
To be in with a chance to win tickets to the screening on Saturday 24 September at 6:40pm in the IFI, simply answer the question below.*
*Only one entry per person, multiple entries from the same person will disqualify the entrant from the competition.
Which Chorus is Saar a member of?
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