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This screening is part of the UK Asian Film Festival.

A couple find themselves unable to communicate with each other after being kept  apart by country borders.

In 1999, Kashmiri families are driven apart by the drawing of border lines  between India and Pakistan. As the geopolitical tensions escalate, the relationship between a couple is strained as they are left on different sides  of the border. Led by an impressive cast that includes Hina Khan and Fareeda Jalaal, Lines is an engaging and empathetic look at the consequences of conflict.

In Hindi and Urdu, with English subtitles.

Plus post-screening Q&A with ARC Associate Artist Umar Butt.

About The UKAFF 2022

The world’s longest running South Asian film festival outside India, UK Asian Film Festival.

At a time of global unrest and displacement, the curation of this year’s festival is inspired by the theme Ray Of Hope. This year’s line-up highlights stories of resilience and bravery, celebrating those who take a stand against oppression and injustice. At a time of great division and inequality, this year’s festival content will feature characters, stories and storytellers that strive for a better world through films that highlight inclusivity, kindness and, above all, empathy.

Find out more about the UK Asian Film Festival