Written, Produced & Directed by : Ranadeep Bhattacharyya & Judhajit Bagchi
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The World Wide Web brings the two protagonists,Andy and Harry, together on a nonchalant afternoon. But this planned sex datetakes an unexpected twist and the interactions between Andy and Harry go beyondphysical pleasure bringing out questions that need to be answered, truths thatneed to be accepted and a life that stands to be reckoned.
“Amen” makes two characters meet, experience hopeamidst confusion, explore truths about sexuality and the self and delves intothe profound meaning of life in the continuum of its trifles.
Official Festival Selections
« Engendered I View FilmFestival New York, 2010
« 9 th ThirdEye Asian Film Festival, Mumbai, 2010
« 16 th AnnualChéries-Cherish Paris Film Festival, 2010
« Yes India FilmFestival, New Zealand, 2010
« 4 th NigahQueer Fest, New Delhi, 2010
« 6 th ViBGYORInternational Film Festival, Thissur, 2011
« Fort MeyersInternational Film Festival, Florida, 2011
« 13 th QCinema, Forth Worth’s gay & Lesbian International Film Festival
« Kashish MubmaiInternational Film Festival, Mumbai, 2011
« Newfest, The New YorkLGBT Film Festival, NY, 2011
« 4th InternationalDocumentary and Short Film Festival, Kerala, 2011
« Asian Hot Shots,Berlin, 2011
« 10 th Q !Film Festival, Indonesia, 2011
« Cinemarosa FilmScreening, New York, 2011
« Iris Prize FilmFestival, Cardiff, UK, 2011
« 16 th SeattleLesbian & Gay Film Festival, 2011
« 7th Seattle South Asia FilmFestival 2011
Awards & Recognitions
« Awarded ‘Best Indian Narrative Short’ at Kashish Mubmai International Film Festival, Mumbai,2011
« Awarded ‘IDPA Gold Award Best Scriptwriting for Short Fiction’ at the 50 th Indian Documentary Producer’s Association Awards.
« Amen is the only Indian film on the list of “30Best LGBT Films of the World” at the Iris Prize 2011.