An impressive, award-winning mashup of live action, animation and moveable sculpture by filmmaker Daisy Jacobs and animator Chris Wilder telling the story of an acrimonious marriage from the perspective of two siblings.
“People have redefined what marriage means to them. Marriage is more popular than ever – which is unusual – you might think that with, perhaps, the demise, a little, of the Catholic Church and people turning towards a more secular society that that wouldn’t be so, but actually people are still looking for that commitment and we do marriage very well in Ireland!”
Dr. Lorraine Mancey O’Brien, Director at Irish Institute of Celebrants
A playback of Liam Geraghty on the business of getting hitched in Ireland for ‘The Business’ on RTÉ Radio 1 at the weekend.
Top pic: Marriage Equality wedding fair last year with from left: Ed O’Leary and Joanna Charles, Rachel McCaffrey and Nikki Kavanagh, Mark Burns and Anthony Maher.
Natasha Sherling writes:
Spotted on the Clonskeagh Road…it’s only natural
Pro-same sex marriage group Vote With Us offering voters a “chance to find and share reasons to vote yes in the upcoming referendum on marriage equality”.
Eoin Wison (not the actor) writes:
Vote With Us is an exciting new campaign for the yes and undecided voters. Referendum campaigns are often held hostage by the same commentators, playing out the debate out of reach of everyday people. We hope this campaign will hand the conversation back to Irish voters and allow them to positively engage others in a respectful and hopeful way, up and down the country
In 2015, the Irish people will be asked to vote on the issue of same sex marriage. The good people at The Pharisee Institute would like you to consider your options very carefully.
(Thanks Continuity FF)
Moody posterage for this weekend’s March for Marriage
With the marriage equality referendum due to come before the polls in Spring 2015, this year’s March for Marriage marks the beginning of the countdown to the vote. Now more than ever it is hugely important that all of you, your family, friends and, if in a job, co-workers march with us to make equal civil marriage rights happen. we’re expecting to be the Biggest, (and hopefully last) one yet!