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.
Hassan Nazer’s Utopia is a tragic tale of a woman whose entire world begins crumbling around her, through which it explores the very concept of hope
An atmospheric tale which breaks down the very notion of family and a powerfully self-assured debut from Konkona Sen Sharma
A wonderful look at friendship, brotherhood and life in the big city
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/
What would you do if your partner decides to leave after three decades of marriage?
Be A Part Of Our Heritage Project And Celebrate The History Of The Asian Community
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 […]
We are excited to join hands with a new gender equality partner to challenge barriers and inequalities in society
Looking back on the highlights from the 18th London Asian Film Festival
Regent Street Cinema celebrates the arts of India with the launch of its own India Season
The 18th London Asian Film Festival is back with our annual short film competition.
Join London Film Academy this summer for Get A Job In Film! to help you develop industry-relevant filmmaking skills
In Conversation with the blockbuster filmmaker behind films like Main Hoon Na and Om Shanti Om
The final day of London Asian Film Festival paid tribute to the legendary late Bollywood actor Rajesh Khanna.