Ira Sachs is one of a few independent directors creating interesting stories that adeptly discuss homosexuality.
Archive for the tag Films
This Saturday had me on one such excursion – to the Chennai Rainbow Festival organized by the warm folks at Chennai Dost.
The Chennai Rainbow Film Festival showcases the best Queer films which are world acclaimed works and fosters diversity throughout the world.
Chennai Dost along with Alliance Francaise of Madras is organizing an LGBT Film Festival named Chennai Rainbow Film Festival.
RITUPARNO… The name flows on the tongue, as a river is meant to be.
Blue Is The Warmest Color, a lesbian themed french film wins the Palme d’Or, the top honor, at the 66th Cannes film Festival.
My films Logging Out, Book of Love, Curtains represent the current LGBT scenario in India.
The Parade is based on the story of Belgrade’s first successful Pride Parade in 2010, where 1000 men & women needed 5000 police for protection.
Will he? Won’t he? Karan Johar step of the closet that is.
At a press screening on Tuesday, May 14, 9 short films/documentaries from India, America, Cambodia, Australia and Spain were screened for the press.
Aimed at keeping the festival free and accessible to audiences, organisers say crowd funding also gives audience a feeling of ownership.
“Bombay Talkies” has four stories by four celebrated filmmakers. Each of these stories has a distinct stamp of its director.
The Godrej India Culture Lab is excited to host a special Pop Up edition of the festival on 10 May 2013.
Over 250 registrations in four days! Thanks everyone… keep it coming!
Every rupee donated is valued! Each individual donation will be recognized and properly utilized for our festival program as well as on our website.
Screening of a movie – Prayers for Bobby, followed by panel discussion, we gotta best panelists from Delhi, so you cannot afford to miss it!
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.
Not everyday do we hear of Bollywood filmmakers explore themes outside of their so-called forte. So to be honest I was pleasantly surprised when I clicked on the Youtube link tweeted by none other than (the hush-hush homo) Karan Johar.