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FILMS IN COMPETITION: Narrative Features

Best Narrative Feature

The highest award at KASHISH is given to the best narrative feature. This category includes Indian and International narrative features completed after January 1, 2017 and having their Mumbai Premiere at KASHISH 2017. It carries a trophy, a gift hamper and cash award of Rs 30,000 sponsored by Anupam Kher’s Actor Prepares.

Thursday May 24 / 7.35pm / Liberty Carnival Cinemas
80 min / 2017 / Argentina / Spanish / Narrative Feature
Dir: Pablo D’Alo Abba


Lena and Celeste love each other and desperately want to become mothers. One night, they go out looking for a sperm donor and choose a stranger to conceive their child with. That night Celeste meets Darío, a young man unhappy with his life and dominated by his overprotective mother. The event will set their lives on a different course, especially Dario’s, who will discover that he can do something for himself.

Friday May 25 / 5.30pm / Liberty Carnival Cinemas
MY SON IS GAY (Original Title: En Magan Magizhvan)
111 min / 2017 / India / Tamil / Narrative Feature
Dir: Lokesh Kumar

My Son is Gay

Lakshmi is a simple, no-nonsense school Principal whose life revolves around her kids and the workings of the school. Content with her own uncomplicated and safe world, she is blissfully unaware of the storm brewing that threatens to shake and uproot the foundation of everything she stands for and believes in. Her son Varun is a happy-go-lucky young man who is the apple of her eye. His world begins and ends with his mom. Always aware of how different he is from the other boys, he sleeps well, secure in the knowledge that come what may, he will always have his mother by his side. He could not have been more wrong.

Saturday May 26 / 2.45pm / Metro INOX
AIR (Original Title: Luft)
91 min / 2017 / France, Germany / German / Narrative Feature
Dir: Anatol Schuster


Manja’s love for the fiercely independent Louk hits her hard and fast – literally and figuratively. Their first encounter in the woods behind Manja’s apartment block is a collision, with Louk knocking a surprised Manja to the ground. But she then exchanges a soft kiss of thanks for Manja, not giving her position away to her pursuers. It develops into a devotion to the rebellious girl that will see the studious Manja do things she wouldn’t normally do in order to be close to and take care of the achingly lost Louk, whose mother is no longer around and father might as well not be. AIR is a delicate film with nuanced performances from its two leads and a surprising depth at its heart.

Saturday May 26 / 5.30pm / Liberty Carnival Cinemas
103 min / 2017 / India / Malayalam / Narrative Feature
Dir: Suresh Narayanan


Sainu and Amina were thick friends when they were kids and this attraction between the two had grown irresistibly making them inseparable. But, there was one major hitch. Inside Amina was a man. As they slipped into adolescence, this reality became a stark and unbearable one. One day, Amina disappears from home and her whereabouts are unknown. Sainu is reluctantly married off to a local guy. But, almost ten years later, a stranger, a man, appears at the village. He is Adraman, who is none other than Amina who had undergone a sex change surgery to release the man inside her

Saturday May 26 / 10.00pm / Liberty Carnival Cinemas
94 min / 2017 / Brazil / Portuguese / Narrative Feature
Dir: Marcelo Caetano


The summer is coming and Elias has been dreaming of the sea a lot. In the factory where he works, his responsibilities increase as the holiday season approaches. After one more night working overtime, Elias and the workers decide to go out and have some beer. That is when new encounters and desires open up to his horizons.

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