Supernatural thriller set in Kolkata. British Asian artist Ronnie, is forced to go to India for the first time when his mother goes missing from London and turns up in a hospital in Kolkata.
Wed 5 Feb 2020, Harrow Arts Centre, London | BOOK NOW
Tongues on Fire is now accepting Feature Film and Documentary film submissions for 2020. The films will be watched by our curators and selected to be a part of our March and April 2020 programme. The films will be judged based on their narrative, structure, […]
Tongues on Fire’s prestigious Short Film Competition returns in 2020 for the 22nd annual UK Asian Film Festival. We are currently looking for budding filmmakers to submit their short films with a South Asian connection on this years theme, Uprooted. The UK Asian Film Festival […]
Dhh is a heartwarming story of 3 friends and their journey towards realising their true potential. An afternoon of sauntering leads them to a magic show and leaves them awestruck. Magic, it seems is a solution for all their problems including mathematics!
Wed 26 June, 7.00pm, Wembley Park, London | FREE
Book Launch: Indian Cinema Beyond Bollywood: The New Independent Cinema Revolution (Routledge, 2018)
Join us for a launch of this important edited anthology. The event will feature the screening of a film montage, reading of excerpts, panel discussion and a Q&A session.
Wed 3 April, House of Lords, London | REGISTER NOW
This invite only event celebrating Women in Cinema and the Creative Arts Industry with a view to Encourage, Support and Empower.
Fri 5 April, 12.30pm, Wellington Hotel, London | INVITE ONLY
Delhi is known as the rape capital of India. Four women from various parts of the Capital, meet by chance in a ‘ladies only’ taxi ride. Getting into an altercation with a man who’s teasing them, they end up choosing to make an example of him.
Fri 5 April, Watermans Art Centre, London | BOOK NOW
Radio is a common device in our lives but there was a time when radio used to be a new word for world. The story is set in early 70’s in rural village of Kashmir buying a radio and getting its license was a tedious process and people had never seen a radio.
Sat 6 April, Watermans Art Centre, London | BOOK NOW
Tongues on Fire, UK Asian Film Festival 2019 presents its closing FLAME Awards evening & In Conversation with Mr Ramesh Sippy hosted by Ayesha Hazarika @ BAFTA195
Sun 7 April, BAFTA 195, London | BOOK NOW