Nigah QueerFest 2010

Now in its fourth year, The Nigah QueerFest ‘10 is Delhi’s annual celebration of queerness. The festival this year brings back the curated film festival and our popular performance component along with a visual arts exhibition, workshops, and more.

26th Nov – 5th Dec 2010

Now in its fourth year, The Nigah QueerFest ‘10 is Delhi’s annual celebration of queerness. The festival this year brings back the curated film festival and our popular performance component along with a visual arts exhibition, workshops, and more. A year after the July 2nd, 2009, Delhi High Court judgment, the theme of the festival is “Freedom” as we explore and challenge what it means for us to be “free” post the judgment. For the complete festival schedule and all the other events, please check our website: http://www.thequeerfest.com/

Opening of the QueerFest: We invite you to join us for the opening of the QueerFest on Friday, 26th November, at 7 pm, Max Mueller Bhawan, Kasturba Gandhi Marg.

About Nigah: Nigah is a queer collective that works on issues of gender and sexuality. Apart from lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender, we understand queer to be any identity, politics or process that challenges dominant norms. Based in Delhi, India, we try to create inclusive and safe queer spaces using media, training, and conversations. At Nigah, we remain proud to be an autonomous collective entirely funded by individual donations from queer and queer-friendly people in India and elsewhere in our attempt to continuously expand queer-positive spaces around Delhi.

Please note that there is no entry fee/pass for any of our events. Everyone is welcome to join us!

Cheers,

Nigah team

email: contact@nigah.org

website: http://www.thequeerfest.com/

facebook page: facebook.com/nigahdelhi

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