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BEST DOCUMENTARY SHORT

The best documentary short award category includes Indian and International films made in 2011/2012 which are less than 40 minutes. There are five films in this category - Are We So Different (Amra Ki Etoi Bhinno) from Bangladesh, Between The Two from India, Changing The Game from USA and Nerve from Australia
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ARE WE SO DIFFERENT (Amra Ki Etoi Bhinno)

37 mins, Bangladesh

Dir: Lok Prakash

A documentary that talks about a range of masculinities. How different people have unique experiences of coping and surviving in Bangladesh, often ruled by strict masculinist and patriarchist ideals.

Screening: Alliance Française de Bombay May 26, 5.00pm



BETWEEN THE TWO

20 mins, India

Dir: Tanvi Talwar

Charm. Grace. Poise. Do these words define or confine women? Three characters. A Hijra, a female to male transgender and a female student film maker meet as equals and discuss their views about what being a woman means to them.

Screening: Cinemax May 27th 1.30pm as part of ‘Indian Masala Mix II’ package


Changing The Game

CHANGING THE GAME

13 mins, USA

Dir: Jacqueline Gares

Professional athletes are models of strength and endurance, and heroes to the young athletes who look up to them. Unfortunately, the macho and homophobic world of sports doesn’t exhibit model behavior.

Screening: Cinemax May 24th 5.00pm as part of ‘Unfair Games’ package


 

NERVE

26 mins, Australia

Dir: Kim Munro

In a study of social beliefs, London-based Australian photographer, Paul Knight, attempts to find two strangers of any gender or sexual orientation to have sex on first date for his ambitious project, Proposition.

Screening: Alliance Française de Bombay May 24, 1.30pm

 
 
 
 
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Queens! Destiny of Dance
My Child Is Gay
Bollywood Beats
Breaking The Surface
Burnt Money
DaKings
EATING OUT Drama Camp
Family Khusreyan Di
Gigola
Is It Just Me ?
The String (Le Fil)
Longhorns
Make The Yuletide Gay

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