KASHISH 2022 to kick off Pride month at Liberty Cinema on June 1

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The 13th edition of Mumbai International Queer Film Festival, KASHISH 2022 which is South Asia's biggest LGBTQIA+ film festival, will be celebrated from June 1 to 5, 2022 as a physical screening event at Liberty Cinema!

KASHISH 2022 is back in the theatres, after two years of online screenings! "We are all truly super excited to bring the entire LGBTQIA+ community and civil society together to celebrate and kick off June Pride Month in true rainbow colors. Come to KASHISH and enjoy the best of LGBTQIA+ films on the big screens!", said festival director Sridhar Rangayan.

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The hybrid edition of the festival will have its physical screenings at Liberty Cinema (June 1-5) & Alliance Francaise de Bombay (June 2-4) and online screenings on the website (June 3-12).

“Our lineup this year, as always, is diverse and inclusive in the truest sense - with a specific focus on the marginalized communities within the LGBTQIA+ spectrum, and also films from countries where being a LGBTQIA+ person could be challenging. We want to focus on issues, but we want to also celebrate the success stories of the community”, said Saagar Gupta, director of programming.

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The festival will screen 184 films from 53 countries in its hybrid festival, including physical and online screenings.

It will also feature panel discussions, workshops, performances by queer and non-queer artists, and interactions with filmmakers.

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Program details are available at the festival website 

Are you excited to attend KASHISH 2022?

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