Screening of a set of six, diverse, short documentaries engaging with sexualities, identity, desire, love, rights, mental health and their intersectional experiences, by young and first-time filmmakers, in late 2018. The screening and conversations will provide a window into the debates and discourse around sexualities. Films are produced and presented by Public Service Broadcasting Trust (PSBT), a not-for-profit organisation that works with independent documentary filmmakers to support the freedom of expression and visual diversity, having produced close to 700 films on a range of themes, which have had over 1860 film festival selections across the globe. We invite you to join us for the screening and conversation over a cup of tea. The films that will be shown: A Safe Person to Talk to (21 mins) Breathe (22 mins) I'm Not There (12 mins) Ishq, Dosti and All That (19 mins) Please Mind the Gap (20 mins) Zara nazar Utha Ke Dekha (23 mins)
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