For those of you, who missed out on some great cinema during Kashish week or if you just want to catch these masterpieces one more time, Bombay Dost – Sunday Highs brings to you KASHISH 2011 Winners all through July and August!
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A queer art event several mediums—photography, painting, drawing, installation, sculpture, video, collage, prints, poetry, etc—with content that seeks to express perspectives on queer lives, issues, identity and desire.
Name some high-profile gay British men. It can be celebrities, musicians, actors, presenters, politicians, whomever you wish. Now try and do the same thing with lesbians. The likelihood is that …
If your gender goes beyond male and female, we urgently need your help to tell your story to Facebook and to our members.
SALGA NYC has been chosen to be the Grand Marshals of Queens Pride Parade. This means we will be marching at the head of the parade in Jackson Heights! We’ll have a dhol player banging out Desi beats while we march down 37th Avenue!
Kick off Pride month with SALGA’s Dance Team’s kick-ass Bollywood dance party fundraiser extravaganza.
Solaris Pictures & Bombay Dost in association with The Humsafar Trust presents KASHISH 2011 (2nd MUMBAI INTERNATIONAL QUEER FILM FESTIVAL)
Salvation Star & Time Out Mumbai presents Pink Rupee Night’s Bollywood Tamasha
Lez Go Metro in association with Gossip present: WOMENS CRICKET LEAGUE
Come enjoy Mehfil’s fantastic lunch special with SALGA! Meet up with old friends, and get to know new people!
KASHISH Mumbai International Queer Film Festival 2011, the second edition of India’s only mainstream LGBT film fest, promises to be BIGGER, BOLDER & QUEERER. The second edition will be held from May 25-29, 2011 at two venues in Mumbai, one of which will be a multiplex theater.
The Naz Foundation’s Milan Centre and QueerCampus India invite you to the screening of three documentaries –
Many People, Many Desires (45 mins)
I am Beautiful (20 mins)
O Boy (20 mins)
Minal Hajratwala, Parmesh Shahani and Shobhna S. Kumar from Mumbai’s LGBT community discuss the state of queer literature and the dynamic, fast-changing stories of people living in India today who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, hijra, kothi, queer, genderqueer, and other gender-non-conforming identities.
Open Space presents a dramatized reading of two monologues written and performed by R. Raj Rao – The Wisest Fool On Earth & Vanaprastha Ashram.
We invite the entire SALGA community — and our friends at Q-Wave and GAPIMNY — to come celebrate a milestone with us — the official Launch Party of theTransgender/Ally web …
Our regular public meetings are informal support spaces for queer youth. And we wholeheartedly invite participation from everyone who believes in what we stand for! This is your space to speak your mind, share your experiences with respect to coming out to family, friends, realization of your sexuality, your specific interests or what you exp…ect from a queer youth support group like QCI.
QueerCampus India & Naz Foundation’s Milan Centre invites you to the screening of Oscar nominated movie “Black Swan”
QAM 2011 Flag of speech by Sonal Giani. The same has been translated from Hindi to English by Gaysi reader, Anwesha.
As concerned citizens, members of the queer community, and other human rights activists, are deeply disturbed by TV9 Telugu channel’s 22nd Feb 2011 broadcast that violated the basic rights and dignity of the LGBTQI community. Using private pictures, hidden-camera footage, and phone conversations, this broadcast made public the identities of some gay men without their consent. This was grossly invasive, unethical and violated the basic regulations of the National Broadcasting Association.
Film schedule of the 3rd Bangalore Film Festival