Tongues on Fire and the UK Asian Film Festival are proud to partner on the upcoming screenings and in conversation with the acclaimed Javed Akhtar, one of Bollywood’s most noted film writers, poets and lyricists to celebrate his 75th birthday! For more information please see listing below: […]
Tongues On Fire’s Saz Vora was invited to participate in the first event hosted by the School of Digital Art (SODA). The event marked the launch of SODA and it being the North’s creative hub for media production, film, sound, photography, animation, AI and games design.
Wembley Park, North West London’s world-famous neighbourhood has recently announced this year’s Summer on Screen programme taking place from 31 May to 23 July. The specially curated film season will feature Hollywood Blockbusters, Sing-A-Long Classics and South Asian Cinema presented exclusively by Tongues on Fire. […]
The World’s Longest Running South Asian Film Festival outside of India, UK Asian Film Festival, Announces ‘Revolution’ Theme for 2019. Festival Programme To Run Across Four Cities, London, Manchester, Leicester, Edinburgh, From 27th March to 4th May 2019 At a time of significant change, the […]
The BFI Young Curators Lab is a pioneering initiative launched as part of the UK Asian Film Festival 2019. Envisioned to equip upcoming film curators with specific skills, knowledge and analytical acumen indispensable to film programming and curation, the YCL scheme selected nine Young Curators for an intensive workshop followed […]
As part of the new initiative for the UK Asian Film Festival to get young people to join the team of curators and the new short film judging panel, this years film festival kick started with a one day workshop on film analysis, film theory […]
Tongues on Fire celebrated 20 years of Kuch Kuch Hota Hai (KKHH) and its UK Asian Film Festival’s 20th year with a sing and dance along screening of the iconic film on 7th December 2018 at The Harrow Auditorium, The University of Westminster. We were […]
UK Asian Film Festival recognises individuals that have challenged stereotypes, pushed boundaries and achieved outstanding accomplishments in film and television, with our FLAME Awards and annual Film Festival Awards.
An atmospheric tale which breaks down the very notion of family and a powerfully self-assured debut from Konkona Sen Sharma
Ahmed A. Jamal’s tale of deceit and corruption is a powerful testament to how relevant and captivating Shakespear’s work remains to this day.
The London Asian Film Festival are proud to announce the official charity partner for the 2017 festival
Repeat Screening Announced for Bazodee! Monday 13th March, 6.30pm Regent Street Cinema. Limited tickets available – GET BOOKING NOW https://www.regentstreetcinema.com/programme/bazodee/
Tongues on Fire will be commissioning five UK emerging artists to collaborate with digital film makers to create new digital art for the 19th London Asian Film Festival in March 2017. Tongues on Fire’s digital commissions programme aims to offer opportunities to artists to create new […]
Our Highlights From The Star-Studded 18th Mumbai Festival
The London Asian Film Festival has been shortlisted for the prestigious Asian Media Awards