Tongues on Fire, organisers of London’s 18th Asian Film Festival have selected both Little Elephant and Chariot Riders for this year’s annual short film competition. Thirteen shorts ranging from drama, documentary and animation will screen on Saturday 5th March from 1.30-4pm at Regent Street Cinema, London.
The shortlisted films to be screened are:
A Mother Dir. Aroop Dwivedi. T.E.A.R. Dir. Jenny Longworth. Parchhai Dir. Jeff Goldberg. Keechadpanti Dir. Anant V Keni. Rickshaw Passenger Dir. Aneel Ahmed. Rat Children Dir. Aki Nawaz. Little Elephant Dir. Kate Jessop. Borders Dir. Elizabeth Mizon. Chariot Riders Dir. Kate Jessop. Siberia Dir. Faraz Ansari. First Love Dir. Danish Renzu. Heer Dir. Honey B Singh. Tehzeeb Dir. Myriam Raja. Film Synopses and Bookings
I’ll be there as well as Carl Miller. Yay! 🙂 Do say hello! Kate Jessop will be chaperoning Little Elephant in Vienna.
We are delighted to be screening Love Works at Shout! – Birmingham’s LGBT festival, now in it’s 7th iteration. Both Little Elephant and Chariot Riders will be screened as part of Shout Out alongside a couple of other films: Bulls by Joan Montesinos, which explores homosexuality within sport and Coming Out Stories by Birmingham LGBT.
The film programme will run on a loop from 12.30 – 3.30pm, on Saturday 14 November 2015, at Mac Birmingham, commencing afresh half past the hour.
I’ll be around to say ‘hi’ or have more of a natter if desired.
Hope to see you. Bobby 😉
From midnight on I can marry the man that I love and that makes me happy.
Here’s to Equal Marriage!
BBC Journalist Ruchi Tandon, visited us in Birmingham last week. She spoke to one of our interviewees from last autumn and me. This piece was aired on BBC Asian programmes local radio across the regions on Sunday (22nd) just gone. It is available to listen online for another 4 days here. It starts 54.45 and ends 59.20.