KASHISH Forward at Wilson College

KASHISH Forward film screening organized by KASHISH Mumbai International Queer Film Festival and Queer Ink with Wilson College, Mumbai on January 17, 2015, was an amazing experience. Around 150+ students from Wilson College and Sophia Polytechnic attended the screening. The students, staff members...

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Best of KASHISH screenings

With the objective to keep the mainstream engaged in the conversation around LGBTIQ issues through the year using the medium of films, KASHISH Mumbai International Queer Film Festival arranged `Best of KASHISH’ screenings across India. These screenings were organised with other festivals and...

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KASHISH takes Indian queer films around the world

While there are over four dozen films on LGBTQ subjects being made in India every year – shorts, documentaries and features – most of them do not have much possibility to reach audiences since they are made on shoe-string budgets and there is no distribution platform available to showcase them....

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Mumbai in May: It’s KASHISH 2015

The sixth edition of KASHISH Mumbai International Queer Film Festival, scheduled to be held between May 27-31, 2015. South Asia’s biggest and India’s only mainstream LGBT film fest will be held at two venues, Mumbai’s iconic art deco Liberty theatre and Alliance Francaise de Bombay. Voted as one of...

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KASHISH welcomes National Award for ‘Mitraa’

Ravi Jadhav’s Marathi film had won Best Indian Short Narrative Film Award at KASHISH 2014   KASHISH Mumbai International Queer Film Festival welcomes the National Award for Marathi director Ravi Jadhav’s short film Mitraa. Jadhav’s film had won the Best Indian Short Narrative film award...

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Tru Love, Mitraa win top honours at KASHISH 2014

Canadian film Tru Lovewon the top two awards – Best Narrative Feature Film and Best Actor in a Leading Role for Kate Trotter – at the fifth KASHISH Mumbai International Queer Film Festival on Sunday May 25, 2014. KASHISH is South Asia’s and India’s biggest and only mainstream LGBT...

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