CineLABIA & IAWRT present a weekend of wonderful cinema a specially curated film festival package.
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Madras is back with the ever popular Reel Desires: Chennai International Queer Film Festival 2014.
Musings on matters of national curiosity also known as the feminist agenda – gender, body, life and politics.
Yes, Queer and Not-so-Queer log, we are happy and proud to announce the launch of Gaysi’s very own Movie Night.
Call Me Kuchu is powerful, poignant commentary, not just on the situation in Uganda, but on what it means to be queer and brave.
A two day film festival screening some of the best queer films.
Goethe-Institute and Orinam invite you to Man for a Day – A film* exploring female masculinities by Katarina Peters (96 min)
Its time for more excitement in the Queer Cinemascape of Chennai with the Chennai Rainbow Film Festival right around the corner.
The BQFF celebrates cinema on lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, hijra, intersex and other sexual and gender minorities in India.
In our perpetual state of delusional happiness we at Gaysi set out on an adventure to create a video: “Happy In Gaysi Land”.
Screening of documentary films about LGBT lives in Uganda, Cambodia, Bangladesh and India and discussion about law and human rights.
Whoop Whoop! Have we got news for you! The production house, Shemaroo reached out to The Humsafar Trust and together they are presenting a ridiculously amazing movie screening…. with wait for it… wait for it…
Suman & Crew take the stage with a number that goes a lil summin like “Yes our ladies, they are gay & so romantic. When you’re down in Maharashtra.”
India’s top fashion designer Wendell Rodricks has instituted a cash award of Rs 20,000 for the winner of the KASHISH International Poster Design Contest.
CineLABIA Presents Two films that tell stories of women, by women
Big Boss 7 has opened the Pandora’s box.
Ms Rao will facilitate the process of filmmaking in collaboration with you in how best to represent your story.
On February 21, 2011, two young girls committed suicide together in Nandigram, one of the interior villages in West Bengal.
Stephen Fry started the newest project, possibly one closest to his heart: documenting homosexuality & homophobia around the globe.
GB announces the latest in its always super popular series of free film screenings.