FATS TheArts (earlier FAT Productions) started 6 years ago producing school annual days.
I collect sweethearts. Some of them become family. Some of them drift away with time. Most people who know me call me a cynic.
...they would be perfect. Sigh!
Television has come a long way since you once secretly streamed Queer as Folk or The L-Word and Google-d the gay out of Dante’s Cove.
They all crashed into each other, first with a little too much aggression deemed appropriate for a reunion, and then with all the happiness of breaking a long separation.
From India, around 27 films were selected to be a part of the festival. Here are a few of them.
Time to move away from stereotypes and cliches. Are you folks listening?
Dear Dad brings in other issues faced by the married gay men in India.
Media is often considered the mirror that is reflective of the society, which means that it shows us—often with dramatic plot lines—the reality of the world.
This 8 episodic web-series takes viewers to the real world of LGBT and also delivers a strong message that being Gay is not a taboo.
Indian Cinema is one of the most popular and influential medium of entertainment in India.
Can we be in the mood for love and develop a ‘doordarshan’ (farsightedness) towards ideas of romance, coupledom and sexualities?
Welcome to South Asia's and India's biggest LGBTQ film festival, one of world's top 5 coolest LGBTQ film festival and one of the prestigious annual event in Mumbai's cultural calendar!
We invite you to a special preview screening of Jayan Cherian's upcoming film Ka Bodyscapes.
Mark your calendars - April 7th at Prithvi, Juhu - for an unforgettable cultural experience : film screening, theater performance and discussion.
Now some may tell me to take a chill pill for he is JUST picking on a popular stereotype, but you see I have plenty of reasons to be upset here...
"Ka Bodyscapes (2016) - a new feature film written and directed by Jayan Cherian, set in Kerala, India
I like the idea that the film is not positioned as a "gay" film. Clever move, I say!
With this series of short films/documentaries, Queer Ink is now also a Producer.
A film by Laurie Colson & Axelle Le Dauphin.