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New York Indian Film Festival

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The Beatles and India
Photograph: courtesy of "The Beatles and India" and the New York Indian Film Festival

Time Out says

The New York Indian Film Festival, North America’s oldest and most prestigious festival that celebrates alternative, independent cinema from the global Indian community, is back with 60 screenings (18 feature narratives, six documentaries and 36 short films). This year, there will be a collection of shorts exploring LGBTQ stories set in India with Dal Bhat, Keep Punching, Kiss, Man & Wife, My Mother’s Girlfriend, Pariah and The Way We Are. There will also be special children’s films screenings, Boomba Ride (Assamese) and Gandhi & Co. (Gujarati). Films can be rented via on-demand streaming offered from May 7-14. The awards night will be an in-person event along with the closing night film screening of the documentary, The Beatles and India at the Village East starting at 4:30pm.


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Passes range from $27-$173; Streaming starts at $4.99 and $2 for shorts;
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