2nd Kolkata Shorts International Film Festival-2013, India
Submit your Short Films | Documentaries | Animations | Music Videos
Submission Deadline: 31 July 2013
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Director: Vinod Bharathan.
KASHISH 2013 Poster Contest has a winner! India's top fashion designer Wendell Rodricks has picked the poster submitted by Mumbai-based graphic designer Prachi Patil-Kotkar as the winning design.
``The victory sign forming a star is graphic and unforgettable. It is also interesting that the clichéd rainbow flag colours have been totally ignored for an artistic backdrop. I loved it,'' said Wendell Rodricks while announcing the winner.
The contest to de...
'Counting Happiness' is the story of a five-year-old boy, Hasan, who lives alone on the streets of Delhi selling clockwork chicken. Driven by a firm belief that some mysterious secret lies hidden and awaiting discovery, he playfully seeks it out and finally finds it in the sequence of five - the number of the letters in his name. Hasan’s faith in the attainability of happiness presents him with a gift: ...
'Please Don't Beat Me, Sir!' will be screening at the Zanzibar International Film Festival in July, and the OzAsia film festival in September.
Director: Shashwati Talukdar and P. Kerim Friedman.
Over 60 million Indians belong to communities imprisoned by the British as "criminals by birth." The Chhara of Ahmedabad, in Western India, are one of 198 such "Criminal Tribes." Declaring that they are "born actors," not "born criminals," a group of Chhara youth have turned to street theater in their fight against police brutality, corruption, and the stigma of criminality — a stigma internalized by their own grandparents. 'Please Don't Beat Me, Sir!' follows the lives of these young actors and their families as they take their struggle to the streets, hoping their plays will spark a revolution.
Mi Ultimo Round wins Best Feature Film Award at KASHISH 2012
Anupam Kher gives away prizes, promises to sponsor Rs 50k for prize money next year
Chilean film My Last Round (Mi Ultimo Round) directed by Julio Jorquera Arriagada won the Best Feature Film Award at the 3rd Kashish Mumbai International Queer Film Festival which concluded with star studded ceremony on Sunday May 27, 2012.
``Cinema has no boundaries,’’ sai...
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KASHISH Mumbai International Queer Film Festival is looking for financial contributions.
For two years, we have entertained while trying to mainstream queer identities through the medium...
B NETWORK & Babukishan Productions Presents:
TOOM TOOM TARA RARA " Life is Cool" by Babukishan
A Mystical Reality Family Drama show with a twist....Babukishan brings a
unique and modern story that circles between the spiritual realm and earth.
A series that will enthral the viewer as each episode seeks to capture the
audience with suspense, drama and humour while Babukishan's profound story
Even as the Supreme Court is preparing its verdict on Sec377, KASHISH, your favourite LGBTQ festival that mainstreams queer issues through cinema, will be back for its third year very soon. With no government support and corporate sponsorship in India still difficult to come by, we rely heavily on support from individuals and organizations to make the festival happen.
You can support the LGBTQ cause in India in your own big or small way! And we have some exclusive incentives to show our g...
We know how we all are about deadlines! We never get to do what we want to do till the deadline is almost upon us or the deadline has passed!
So this is to remind you all that the deadline to send in your design for the KASHISH 2012 International Poster Competition is May 18th midnight (Pacific time)
And we have none other than Wendell Rodricks, one of India’s top fashion designers, to pick the winner of the contest. “I am delighted to be a judge on a contest that involves ever...
This month ÉCU will be screening some of its winning films from 2011 in Asia at our partner film festivals in Bangladesh and in India.International Children’s Film FestivalJanuary 21st – 27thThe International Children’s Film Festival returns to Bangladesh later this month, continuing its stated mission to “open a new world of cinema to the children of Bangladesh and to give them an exposure to culture and tradition of different countries through film as a powerful media of art.” This ...
KASHISH 2012 previews starting soon. If you haven’t
still submitted your film, rush it to us asap.
Biggest Queer Film Festival returns for its third edition in 2012.
2012 will be held from May 23-27, 2012 at a mainstream multiplex theater in
suburban Mumbai and at Alliance Francaise de Bombay in South Mumbai.
Mumbai International Queer Film Festival is the first and only gay &
lesbian film festival in India to be held in a mainstream...
FOOLS’ PARADISE PRODUCTIONS partnered with ÉCU – THE EUROPEAN
INDEPENDENT FILM FESTIVAL presents Best Student Film: Stanley Pickle,
directed by Victoria Mather, Best Animation: Paths of Hate, directed by
Damian Nenow, Best Experimental Film: Invertebrate, directed by James
McAleer and Special Jury Mention: Städgata directed by Erick Love
The principal guest of the event will be
Mr. Pawan Kumar Bansal: Minister of parliamentary affairs. The ju...
ÉCU in the news in India and that thanks to our partners Fool's Paradise Film Festival.
We are back
with a bang! India’s Biggest Queer Film Festival returns for its third edition
in 2012. Submissions are now open for all categories, including for the
competition section. Filmmakers from India and across the world can submit
features, documentaries and short films that highlight/focus on Gay, Lesbian,
Bisexual, Transgender, Queer themes and expressions.
KASHISH Mumbai International Queer
Film Festival is the first and only gay & lesbian film festival i...
"Dilli" is a new submission to ÉCU 2012. 'Dilli" is a moving collection of interviews with Delhi slum dwellers. Its lens focuses on a group of dwellers, bringing to life the untold story of mass exodus of thousands who were bulldozed from their homes and transferred to a makeshift facade - Bawana without water, shelter or drainage, while the city was being beautified for Commonwealth Games 2010. Che ...
The 4th BIFFES (Bengaluru International Film Festival) - 2011 will be held from 15th to 22nd December, 2011, its organizers have announced. Bengaluru is the new - and phonetically correct name as per the native Kannada language - for Bangalore city, the IT capital of India.
This edition of the festival will be bigger in scope and ambition thanks to the Government of Karnataka state in southern India, whose capital Bengalu...
"Miya Anari Ba Biwi Khilari Ba" is a upcoming Bhojpuri Bollywood-style Canadian-Indian musical comedy film written, directed and produced by Babukishan Das (interview) starring Birbal, Yogini, Varsha, Chhatu Master, Yunus Parvez and many more.
The film featurs songs performed by renowned Bollywood singers Sapna Awasti, Vinod Rathod, Chandana Dixit, Anuradha Paudwal and Anwar.
Filmed in India with great
Bhārat is the official Sanskrit name of India, Bhārat Ganarājya, and the name is derived from the ancient Indian texts, the Puranas, which refers to the land that comprises India as Bharat Varsha, and uses this term to distinguish it from other Varshas or continents.
Katha (story) is a folk narrative style of story telling.
What is? - "Bharat Katha" is a collection of real stories of real people from India.
How do I find them? - I'd like to thin...
Helpless retired surgeon, Dr. Joshi, approaches Dr. Sukhant, a renowned psychologist & author, to get rid of a ghost. The ghost when alive was a victim of breast cancer. Despite her reluctance, the surgeon had to perform mastectomy on her to lend her with few more years of life. Now her ghost perpetually appears at the surgeon's lab, to make him feel her incompleteness. Vulnerable Dr. Joshi 's only hope, psychologist Dr. Sukhant too fails to unravel the mystery. What happens nex...
Director: Sushmit Ghosh & Rintu Thomas.
DILLI is a moving collection of heartfelt interviews with Delhi slum dwellers. Its lens focuses on a group of dwellers, bringing to life the untold story of mass exodus of thousands who were bulldozed from their homes and transferred to a makeshift facade - Bawana without water, shelter or drainage, while the city was being beautified for Commonwealth Games 2010.
DILLI - city of dreams - is a universal story of millions of underprivileged around the world.
DILLI holds up a mirror not only to India, but to every nation around the world, whose poor live forgotten under bridges, children go hungry, and fathers work thousands of miles from their families to provide.
DILLI brings awareness. And awareness is the first step towards action.
International Children's Film Festival India
popularly known as The Golden Elephant
is a biennial festival that strives to bring the most delightful and
imaginative national and international children's cinema to young audiences in
India. Outstanding features, shorts, live action and animation films are
screened over seven days of festive celebrations, attended by more than one