A film about fetish, Gerontophilia is a beautiful portrayal of a young man’s sexual obsession with the elderly. Partially funded by Indiegogo and featuring Walter Borden and Pier-Gabriel Lajoie, this 2014 film is the first mainstream feature directed by famous art house filmmaker, writer, and artist, Bruce LaBruce.
Taking a giant leap into the mainstream, avant-garde arthouse filmmaker, artist, and writer Bruce LaBruce successfully brings his provocative storytelling style to audiences worldwide. LaBruce’s latest work, Gerontophilia follows the story of Lake, a young man who discovers he has a fairly uncommon fetish.
After spending decades shocking audiences with provocative and sexually charged arthouse films, photography, art, and writing, the avant-garde and always-on-the-move director made a bold decision with his latest work, Gerontophilia. That decision: To deliver something new for the mainstream audience, without entirely disregarding his deep roots in gay pornography, sexual taboos, and fetishism.
Established in 1992, the Dublin Lesbian and Gay Film Festival was renamed Gaze in 2007. The Festival is an annual event and the largest of its kind in Ireland. The festival is held each bank holiday weekend at the end of July and beginning of August in Dublin and in 2014 will run from 31st July to 5th August at Light House Cinema.