We’re giving you the chance to win tickets to see ‘Who’s Gonna Love Me Now’ plus a live streamed event from the London Gay Men’s Chorus at the IFI this weekend
We’re giving away five pairs of tickets to see Who’s Gonna Love Me Now in the IFI accompanied by a live-streamed Q&A with the filmmakers from the Barbican Centre in London on Sunday 2 April at 4pm.
The Q&A will be hosted by author and comedian Julian Clary and there will also be a performance from the London Gay Men’s Chorus.
The IFI bill the film as follows: “This emotional documentary tells the story of Saar Maoz, a gay Israeli man who was expelled from his conservative home and found a new family in the London Gay Men’s Chorus. The film follows his quest for reconciliation with his parents and siblings.”
The film tackles the issues of religion and sexuality, homophobia and HIV stigma in what looks like a gripping, 85 minute documentary. The film received the Berlin Film Festival Audience Award when it screened there in 2016 and it has an excellent 89% on Rotten Tomatoes, which makes it even more enticing.
Check out the trailer for the emotionally charged film below.
For those who 100% don’t want to miss out on this incredible event, tickets are available here for €11 and should be booked in advance to avoid disappointment.
To be in with a chance to win one of the five pairs of tickets to see the incredible Who’s Gonna Love Me Now at 4pm on Sunday 2 April in the IFI, Dublin 2, simply answer the question below.*
*Only one entry per person, multiple entries from the same person will disqualify the entrant from the competition. Winners will be notified by email on Friday afternoon, so keep an eye on your inbox!
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