One warm spring afternoon, Gaysi ended up in a room with the two phenomenal women from the movie Qissa - Tillotama Shome and Raskia Duggal.
I would like to begin this post by saying that the argument I put forth is after having watched the entire documentary made by Leslie Udwin.
A short email interview with Vinay Chandran, festival director of the recently concluded Bangalore Queer Film Festival (BQFF).
Reserved seating only for all events. Email ‘Qfest@queer-ink.com’ with event name - we will send you confirmation of number of seats you requested, per event.
Qissa, a masterful indictment of patriarchy, plays with complex notions of displacement and loss of identity.
This short video features interviews with a few members of the Bangalore-based queer dance group, The Pink Divas, as well as footage from rehearsals and performances.
BQFF is an annual event that carefully selects queer films from all over the world and brings them to an ever-growing Bangalore audience.
Nil Nirjane (or Vacation Blues) is set in a resort on the outskirts of Kolkata. Six individuals – Aman and Jaya (a couple), Mou and her father and Reshmi and her mother are vacationing in the resort.
As we turn 6 years old, this year we have tried to bring you a very special birthday present; an interview with the fabulous Kalki Koechlin.
We caught up with Sushant over a cup of coffee and got all the fun gossip of the Big Boss house! Watch what Sushant has to say...
“Liberation” is a video experiment - a Mobius strip of art in action where Sharmistha Ray renders a representation of the female body.
The Solidarity Song highlights not only the uniqueness of this country and the pride we feel, but also the challenges that lie ahead.
CineLABIA in collaboration with Queer Comrades*
Brings to Bombay queer stories from China
MJ sent me this video yesterday, and I am still trying to make sense of it.
The screening is expected to raise certain issues, the nuances of which would be further discussed and debated through panel discussions.
30 Film, 11 Countries
Just in, RSS claims there is no need to propagate the UN video against homophobia.
Watch this video and if it strikes a raw nerve, share it with your friends or write about your views.
One of my favorite Indian movie love songs of all time growing up was "Mere Sapnon Ki Rani", from the film "Aradhana".
This being June and the LGBT Pride month, we support people who want to bring about change and support causes they believe in.