The Chennai Rainbow Film Festival showcases the best Queer films which are world acclaimed works and fosters diversity throughout the world.
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Chennai Dost along with Alliance Francaise of Madras is organizing an LGBT Film Festival named Chennai Rainbow Film Festival.
Check out filmmaker Jeff Roy’s experiences attending and capturing the festival on film in his latest Fulbright-mtvU documentary video installment.
The Godrej India Culture Lab is excited to host a special Pop Up edition of the festival on 10 May 2013.
SALGA NYC Presents Our Second Annual Bollywood Gender Bender Party!
In 2009-2010, LABIA initiated a research study based on 50 life history narratives of queer PAGFB and aided by discussions with queer LBT and trans* groups.
This sunday we have an important speaker- Dr Namrata Bagaria who will tell us more about Breast Cancer.
Yaariyan Online safety and self defense workshop on Sunday 28th April 2013.
Screening of a movie – Prayers for Bobby, followed by panel discussion, we gotta best panelists from Delhi, so you cannot afford to miss it!
Breaking The Binary : Understanding concerns and realities of queer persons assigned gender female at birth, across a spectrum of lived gender identities.
This year at the Indian Film Fest of LA are some wonderful LGBT selections.
Support KASHISH 2013 and help the festival continue its commitment to mainstream queer issues through cinema. As a partner you reach out to queer and mainstream audiences.
We invite entries of feature-length films, shorts and documentaries for screening at the event. Entries will be reviewed by a panel, and selections notified by 15 May 2013.
Trikone is proud to host DesiQ2013, a conference on South Asian lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender issues. This will be Trikone’s fourth such conference since 1995.
Looks like 31st March will be a day out for LBT people. Start out with kabbadi matches organised by Sangini and then come over to Matargashti to unwind over food, drinks and fun.
Chandigarh’s first LGBT pride walk. Come out & show your support.
Screening of More Than A Friend followed by discussion on issues faced by LGBT community on Campus.
Qashti is a feminist non-profit, non-funded collective for and by lesbian, bisexual, FTM trans and genderqueer people who have been assigned female at birth (LBQTGFAB).
BQFF is an annual event that brings to its audiences queer films from the world over, photo exhibitions, performances and panel discussions.
Sonal Giani, an advocacy officer with the Humsafar Trust, and Upasana Naithani, a marketing professional, were friends before they started dating.