As part of LGBTQ+ History Month, join us for Asian LGBTQ+ Shorts, which brings six diverse stories from India, Malaysia, Pakistan, Philippines and South Korea.
As an emerging film genre, there has been a growing interest in LGBTQ-related stories from Asia. Today, LGBTQ+ filmmakers from Asia are telling their own stories to amplify their narratives in a raw and authentic way without a Western gaze.
Sisak (India), Devi - Goddess (India), It’s Easier to Raise Cattle/ Lagi Senang Jaga Sekandang Lembu (Malaysia), Rani (Pakistan), What I Would’ve Told My Daughter if I Knew What to Say Back Then (Philippines) and Uninvited (South Korea)
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|11 Feb 2019
6:00pm - 8:30pm
Refreshment served after film screening. Accessibility: RHB 137 is on the ground floor and wheelchair accessible.
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