Tralee Woman’s Acclaimed Short Film Now Available To Watch Online

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Sarah Jane Drummey.

A TRALEE woman’s short film, which has been shown at film festivals all over the world, can now be viewed online.

Sarah Jane Drummey, originally from Oakpark, is an award-winning actor and filmmaker. Her film, ‘134’, which was shot in Tralee, is the story of an Irish couple struggling to cope with their child’s gender identity. It stars Mary Murray, Eric Lalor and Bill Cornally as Jack.

‘134’ has been chosen for FiveFilmsForFreedom, an online digital platform run in collaboration with BFI Flare. Five Films For Freedom is a global, online short film programme in support of LGBTIQ+ (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, intersex, queer) rights.

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Sarah Jane is currently in Madrid and is on day eight of quarantine. In a Facebook post yesterday she said; “Our thoughts are with you all as come together to conquer the coronavirus….134 will be available online for the next 10 days March 18th-29th.”

“So while we’re at home, finding ways to take our minds off things, let’s take a moment to think of those who forever live in fear. Love is a human right, as is the right to be who we truly are. There are so many incredible films that will not find their audience this year, due to COVID19. Let’s do what we can to support these five films at least. Please watch and share, and above all stay safe. We love you. Xx”. You can watch Sarah Jane’s film, which is available to view until March 29, by clicking here.


  1. Matty O'Leary says:

    In the 2020’s, with the fall of the liberal left, this Western societal/culturally destructive virtue signalling encouragement/support of LGBTIQ will go out of fashion 🙂

  2. Well done Sarah Jane from all in Ard-na-lí.

  3. Matty O'Leary says:

    Social justice warriors are inflicting insurmountable harm on the world: