India, Aug. 15 -- The entertainment industry has gone through a sea change during the pandemic, and going digital remains one of the biggest changes, not just for films, but also for film festivals that had to take the virtual route. KASHISH Mumbai International Queer Film Festival, too, had opted for the same, and its director, Sridhar Rangayan, feels adapting to changing times is key.

"We're seeing a digital explosion of late where every common man can realise their potential of telling their own stories in their own way. Of course, only if the story is told with a good narrative arc and technical finesse, can the film fly high," he shares.

Rangayan feels the OTT boom is welcomed, as it offers content creators an opportunity to showcase...