While the opening film Beats Per Minute highlights coming together of individuals to fight a common cause, the AIDS epidemic; the closing film Evening Shadows highlights how it is important for family members to come together to support their children.
Over 7,000 participants from across the country and world marched alongside the rainbow flag, chanting slogans to repeal section 377, fighting for transgender rights and dancing with pride to the rhythmic drumbeats
The Door talks about a couple that is trapped in a marriage forced on them by meddling parents. Dev, is a closeted gay and his reluctance to own up to his sexuality puts a toll on his wife Radhika, a smart, educated and independent girl who had no idea what she was getting into with the marriage
A collection of Chennai-based collectives and NGOs working on gender and sexuality, in partnership with Goethe-Institut Chennai | Max Mueller Bhavan, brings you Reel Desires: Chennai International Queer Film Festival (CIQFF) from July 28 to 30, 2017.