Independent Cinema | February

Date(s) - 23/02/2024
6:00 pm



1. A Thousand Years of Love (LGBTQ+ film) from Myanmar
 Directed by M. Noe  | Duration 9:44 Minutes
Synopsis: Wai Hnin and Ingyinn, two young girls in Burma, have a chance encounter and immediately are pulled together by a mutual attraction. Wai is of a volatile, emotional personality and Ingyinn and young and confused. Moreover, Ingyinn is already engaged to a man. But when the attraction between the two girls becomes very apparent, Ingyinn must make a decision while Wai must rein in her own highly volatile emotion.
2. Flip Flop (Narrative Short) from France; directed by Martin Baillon and Pierre Lavalette
Duration: 24.52 Minutes
Synopsis: Heloise and Camille, two Youtubers, break into a public pool at night for their first “Urbex” video, carrying their animated plushes, mascots of their show. They swim, they splash, they film everything… and trigger the alarm. They find themselves on the run in the surrounding countryside, in bathing suits and flip-flops, armed only with their camera and their mascots
3. U+ME (A short Narrative film on HIV+ Hopes) from India; Directed by Umesh Vinayak Kulkarn
 Duration 27.47 Minutes
Synopsis: Nikita faces a life-altering situation when her husband, Neeraj, discloses his HIV diagnosis. While struggling with the emotional turmoil, she contemplates leaving him due to the lifelong nature of the disease. Unexpectedly reuniting after some time, Neeraj reveals that with consistent medication, he can lead a healthy life without transmitting HIV through sex. Nikita, guided by a counselor and medical consultant, discovers the empowering concept of “U=U” (Undetectable = Untransmittable), providing hope for a fulfilling future together.

Date: 23rd Feb | Time: 6:00 pm | Venue: Alliance Française de Delhi

Free Entry | Open to all