London Indian Film Festival
A selection of favourite shorts from Europe’s largest South Asian film festival.
These selections are audience favourites from previous editions of London Indian Film Festival's short film strands, Too Desi Too Queer and Brit-Asian Shorts.
The selected films cover a wide range of South Asian languages to reflect the linguistic diversity of the UK's Indian and South Asian communities and all films not in the English language are subtitled.
A newlywed Indian couple navigate 40 years of marriage through the food they make and the meals they share, as their family grows and their love struggles to survive.
In a 19th Century Indian maternity ward, British nurse Deandria’s first night on the job descends into terror as mixed race babies start disappearing.
A young pregnant Muslim woman living in London is craving something different, in writer-director Cary Sawhney’s award-winning short. Based on a poem by Anjum Malik.