INDIA’S UNTOUCHABLES, FORCED MARRIAGES AND BEING GAY IN PAKISTAN
 
4PM: DOCU – Stalin K’s INDIA UNTOUCHED (2007, 108 min) is the most comprehensive look at the "untouchables" in India. 7PM: DOCU - Cambodian co-directors Lida Chan and Guillaume Suon explore the topic of forced marriages under Pol Pot in the Bophana-Center prod. RED WEDDING (2011, 52 min). 8PM: DOCUS – Being LGBTI is a considered a taboo vice in Pakistan and gay rights are close to non-existent. Meta House screens three films from the AKS International Minorities Festival in Pakistan: AS I REMEMBER - JEENA MENU YAAD AE (2015, 29 min); NIGHT LIFE (2013, 10 min); MUJRA (2015, 5 min). Also screening: CHUPPAN CHUPAI / HIDE AND SEEK (Pakistan, 2013, 67 min).