Kashish Mumbai International Queer Film Festival
Kashish Mumbai International Queer Film Festival News
Beyond the Kashish Film Festival controversy, members of Mumbai's queer community allude to a widening rift
The Kashish Film Festival row has brought to the fore differing opinions about whether Pride overlaps with political issues, as well as the discrimination that trans individuals face within the Indian queer community
The Song We Sang revolves around the romance between Krishna and Alia, an economist and an animator who meet in Ahmedabad during Navratri.
Reviews of three of the six Indian Narrative Shorts at Kashish Film Festival 2019 - Mud Mud Ke Na Dekh, U Ushacha, and The Booth.
Kashish Queer Film Festival 2017: Jim Sarbh, Swara Bhaskar attend closing night; RJ Rohini owns the stage
The closing night of Kashish was attended by Jim Sarbh, Swara Bhaskar, Asif Ali Beg and RJ Rohini.
Here are highlights from day two of the Kashish Mumbai International Queer Film Festival 2017
Kashish will more seriously and primarily be seen as a socially conscious film festival rather than one of the tools for community mobilisation and advocacy
The 8th edition of KASHISH Mumbai International Queer Film Festival all set to commence on 24 May. 147 films from 45 countries to be screened over five days
Kashish focuses on one new country every year and viewers are treated to LGBT cinema from that country. The country in focus this year is Brazil.
In the run-up to the Kashish Queer International Film Festival, director Sridhar Rangayan traces the evolution of queer cinema
Legendary actor Sir Ian McKellen will be present at the opening of the Kashish Mumbai International Queer Film Festival on 25 May
The increasing numbers of people coming out of the closet are part of an attractive consumer segment and its a good opportunity for companies to discover their branding opportunities and tap the growing purchasing power of the queer community.