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Interview with UK Asian Film Festival Volunteer Annusheh Rahim

Interview with UK Asian Film Festival Volunteer Annusheh Rahim

Annusheh Rahim is a gap year student who is out to pursue her passion of filmmaking. Despite the fact that her current qualifications are not linked to film production in any way she has grabbed the opportunity to make her directorial debut. Fellow festival volunteer […]

UK Asian Film Festival Celebrates 20 Years with Female-centric Screenings & Events

UK Asian Film Festival Celebrates 20 Years with Female-centric Screenings & Events

This year, the UK Asian Film Festival will be celebrating 20 years of championing independent South Asian cinema by hosting a 12-day season of film screenings and events in Edinburgh, Manchester, Leicester and London.

Share Your Memories

Share Your Memories

As part of this year’s UK Asian Film Festival 2018, Tongues on Fire (TOF) is excited to premiere their very own heritage documentary film exploring the dynamic relationship that the British South Asian diaspora has with Indian cinema. Ever since the sizeable migration of South […]

Short Film Selection Screening at BFI Southbank

Short Film Selection Screening at BFI Southbank

Tongues On Fire will be organising the 20th UK Asian Film Festival this year to be held from 14th – 25th March 2018, this year we have a diverse selection of bold and cutting edge films that we wish to bring to you. Among them […]

Volunteer Callout for the 2018 UK Asian Film Festival

Volunteer Callout for the 2018 UK Asian Film Festival

Every year we have a bank of volunteers to help make the festival a success. Volunteering at UKAFF is about helping filmmakers and artists share their stories. Of course, there are exciting benefits, like getting to see UK premieres of new independent films, meeting film […]

Memories Through Cinema Heritage Project

Memories Through Cinema Heritage Project

A project aimed at exploring your first memories of Asian cinema in the UK. Share your stories of and early experiences of watching films in the 60s and beyond.