Home»NEWS»Queer film fest: space for films and dialogue

Queer film fest: space for films and dialogue

0
Shares
Pinterest Google+

What started as a small attempt to screen films on Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) themes, has grown into a full-fledged film festival with a space for performance, discussion and dialogue on LGBT themes.

The Bangalore Queer Film Festival (BQFF) enters its third year this February, and brings to audiences films from across the world: 53 films from 14 countries to be exact.

With nine full-length features, 28 short films, four experimental films, eight short documentaries and five full-length documentaries, BQFF 2011 is spread over three days, between February 25 and 27, at the Alliance Francaise, Bangalore.

The festival is a mix of critically acclaimed films, amateur efforts and experimental work that attempts to understand the mental, physical and emotional lives of those who stand outside the sexual norm.

Read the full story here >>

via The Hindu

Previous post

For a Filmmaker, the Green Things in Life Are Free

Next post

Top-Earning Chinese Director Cites Martin Scorsese as His Only Influence

No Comment

Leave a reply