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The highest award at KASHISH is given to the best narrative feature, which includes Indian and International films made in 2011/2012. This award is sponsored by Time Out India. This year there are five films competing in this category – August and The Love Patient from the USA, Men To Kiss (Männer Zum Knutschen) from Germany, My Last Round (Mi Último Round) from Chile/ Argentina and We The Outsiders... (Aamhi Ka Tisre...) from India


100 mins, USA

Dir: Eldar Rapaport

After spending several years in Spain, Troy returns to Los Angeles and decides to phone his former lover, Jonathan and meet for coffee. A seemingly innocent rendezvous turns into an attempt to revive the past. Only this time it’s not that simple as Jonathan has a new beau, Raul, and is trying to make the right decision a second time around.

Screening: Cinemax May 24, 11.00pm



95 mins, USA

Dir: Michael Simon

How far would one go to win back the love of one’s life? A heart broken ad executive Paul pretends to have cancer to trick his ex-boyfriend into falling in love with him again. But will the tangled web he weaves, get him in hot water rather than in to the arms of his hot man?

Screening: Cinemax May 26, 6.15pm


MEN TO KISS ( Männer Zum Knutschen)

83 mins, Germany

Dir: Robert Hasfogel

A tale of chaotic relationship of the unequal couple of Ernst and Tobias which is further put to a test by the unexpected visit of Ernst’s eccentric female friend, Uta who schemes to drive a wedge between the pair. Who will win- Love or Lust?

Screening: Cinemax May 26, 8.30pm


MY LAST ROUND ( Mi Último Round)

87 mins, Chile / Argentina

Dir: Julio Jorquera Arriagada

After toughened boxer Octavio and kitchen hand Hugo surrender to their intense attraction for each other, they move from their small town to the capital. Octavio is advised to stop fighting due to epilepsy and struggles with the decision to leave his career behind. Will it really that challenging to realize those dreams they have seen together?

Screening: Cinemax May 26, 3.15pm


WE THE OUTSIDERS... (Aamhi Ka Tisre...)

109 mins, India

Dir: Ramesh Laxman More

Bablu feels he is a woman trapped in a man`s body. And with this, begins a painful journey. Abandoned by the family and the society, Bablu has nobody to turn to, but to the Hijra community, among whom he finally finds the love and affection he has been longing for.

Screening: Cinemax May 25, 6.15pm

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The Night Is Young (Raat Baaki)
Queens! Destiny of Dance
My Child Is Gay
Bollywood Beats
Breaking The Surface
Burnt Money
Family Khusreyan Di
Is It Just Me ?
The String (Le Fil)
Make The Yuletide Gay

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