Tongues on Fire is a not for profit company founded in 1997. We produce the annual UK Asian Film Festival, celebrating the richness and vibrancy of South Asian culture, history, arts, storytelling, and self-expression by:
Celebrating the 40th Anniversary of Southall Black Sisters with a series of film screenings.
Bhuna Athuya receives an award in 2011 for her contribution to Costume Design.
Khamosh Pani is a moving tale set in Pakistan, with the traumatic effects of Partition resonating in family life.
Provoked is based on the the true story of a woman imprisoned for killing her husband after suffering years of physical and mental violence.
The Killing of John Lennon is a dark trip into the mind of Mark David Chapman, the man who murdered John Lennon.
Lynch Nation documents heart-wrenching stories of mob lynching that have torn apart families and shaken India.
In 2014 we presented a commemorative trilogy in the memory of acclaimed actor, writer and director, Rituparno Ghosh.
Ek Aasha tells the story of an aspiring teacher who has struggled with gender identity since childhood.
Transgenders: Pakistan's Open Secret explores day to day lives and hardships of Pakistan's discriminated transgender class.
The path breaking film My Beautiful Laundrette offered a timely critique of the race, class and gender upheavals under Thatcherism.