Aabar Jadi Iccha Karo review: Rewriting the present, reclaiming the future in this queer story
The 14th Asian Women’s Film Festival concluded with filmmaker Debalina Majumder‘s poignant Aabar Jadi Iccha Karo which asserts its fictitiousness as it sets out to imagine the possible future of two queer suicide victims.
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Fowzia Fathima, Shalini Agarwal conduct workshop on practicals of handling camera, sound recording
The camera and sound workshop began on 4 March with an orientation on aesthetics and techniques of cinematography and sound design by Fathima and Agarwal.
Women's role in negotiating peace discussed at IAWRT Asian Women’s Film Festival
A seminar, titled, 'Weaving Peace', focused on issues of security, gender, politics, laws, women's rights, and the role women can play in negotiating peace.
How young girls asserted their right to education and overcame problems at institutions
A seminar titled 'Voice Studio: A dialogue among youth to explore ways to a democratic discourse', was held on the last day of the IAWRT 14th Asian Women’s Film Festival.
Paromita Vohra talks about 'Agents of Ishq' at Asian Women's Film Festival
Agents of Ishq is a multimedia website that offers alternative ways of looking at and learning about sex.