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26 May 2017

Early works of Pratibha Parmar to be screened at special event

The early works of long-standing WFTV member and award-winning filmmaker, artist and professor, Pratibha Parmar are to be screened at a special event at the Bagri Foundation London Indian Film Festival (LIFF) on Sunday 25 June.

30 years ago, one of the world’s first South Asian LGBTQ+ activist groups, Shakti, started in London. It paved the way for NAZ Project, which helped ignite the Indian LGBTQ+ movement and a new generation of proud queers. Pratibha Parmar captured the historic birth of this cross-national community with her iconic films about early British Asian experience, including the timeless Sari Red, which will be screened alongside Khush, Brimful of Asia, and other groundbreaking South Asian films at the BFI on Sunday 25th June.

Find out more about the event and book your tickets here.