Ireland’s Oscar entry and Sundance finalist GAZA, is now available across major digital platforms in Ireland and the UK

Posted November 5, 2019 by Suzanne Murray in News
GAZA
GAZA

The compelling feature documentary GAZA directed by Garry Keane (Deafening, The Writing in the Sky) and award-winning conflict photographer Andrew McConnell is now available on video on demand in Ireland and the UK.  The film which is Ireland’s entry for the Academy Awards Best International Feature Film category (formerly Best Foreign Language category) can now be accessed on a range of platforms including iTunes, Sky Store, Amazon, Google Play and Microsoft Store and Curzon Home Cinema.

Bringing us to a unique place beyond the reach of television news reports GAZA reveals a world rich with eloquent and resilient characters, offering us a cinematic and enriching portrait of a people attempting to lead meaningful lives against the rubble of perennial conflict.

Since its world premiere at the renowned Sundance Film Festival earlier this year GAZA has been captivating audiences at some of the top documentary and film festivals nationally and internationally including the Hot Docs Canadian International Documentary Festival, the Virgin Media Dublin International Film Festival where it picked up the Dublin Film Critics Circle Award for Best Documentary and the inaugural Docs Ireland festival where it was awarded the Pull Focus Award for Best New Irish Documentary.

The documentary is directed and produced by Garry Keane and Andrew McConnell for Real Films and Brendan J. Byrne (No Stone Unturned, Bobby Sands: 66 Days) for Fine Point Films alongside Paul Cadieux (P.S. Jerusalem, The Settlers). It was funded by Screen Ireland, Filmoption International, ZDF/ARTE with support from Northern Ireland Screen.

Access the film on the following platforms in Ireland and the UK:

iTunes
Sky Store
Amazon
Google Play
Microsoft Store
Curzon Home Cinema