On Saturday the 30th of May my film Translucent will be screening at Kashish Mumbai International Queer Film Festival. It is screening in a section called “A World I call Mine” which has a selection of short films. Some of the big films screening at the festival are The Way He looks, Love is Strange and Appropriate Behaviour. It’s so exciting to have my film playing at this festival alongside these great LGBT films.
Translucent will be played at 2pm on 30/05/15 in the Goethe-Insituts (Max Mueller Bhavan) Venue. Which is next to the Jahangir Art Gallery.
Although I am not able to attend the festival I hope that if any of my readers live in Mumbai you will go and support the festival!
A full list of the films showing and more information can be found here:
On Saturday the 28th of February my film “Translucent” was screened at the Queer as Film event in London. This was the first time the film had been shown outside of my University plus I did a Q&A afterwards. There were 7 short films shown in total all with a theme of LGBT. There was a range of funny and sad films, some silly and others far more dark and serious. Queer as Film was founded in 2009 by Robert Gershinson and Craig Ford and was hosted by comedian Tom Allen.
The event was really great, laid back and had a friendly, supportive atmosphere which made me slightly less nervous to do the Q&A after the screening! The other films shown were good, a particular favourite being “A Little bit Country” by Amy Coop which compared coming out as a country music fan to coming out as gay which was very funny and poignant.
For my film “Translucent” I got a really good response, and I’m very happy with how it went. I’m grateful to the people at Queer as Film for selecting it! Below is my Q&A.