Astitva accurately depicts the way patriarchal family settings do their level best to erode women's individual identities.
The second season of Marvel's Jessica Jones has a powerful female protagonist, a female showrunner and all female directors.
Miss Representation is a 2011 American documentary discussing sexism in both American media as well as society, but is applicable on a global scale as well.
Saraswati Devi was one of the earliest female figures in music direction in Hindi cinema and composed scores for many popular Hindi films in the 1930s and 1940s.
Hichki beautifully depicts how persons with disorders and disabilities, as well as economically disadvantaged persons, are singled out.
In an industry where editors are underappreciated, being a woman for the job makes it all twice as hard and yet there are a few women editors who have still shone.
While Padmavat hails patriarchy and caste as an unshakeable moral philosophy deeply ingrained in the soul of all of its characters, Mirch Masala makes a mockery of the entire social system.
Abar Jodi Ichchha Karo is a story of two girls who are in love and it becomes a story of struggles for identities, choices and livabilities and visbilities.
Morality TV and Loving Jehad is a mirror reflecting the politics and culture of interference that is curated around the notion of romantic love.
In this list of compelling Netflix documentaries made by, for and about women, some of the most prominent women’s issues come to life on-screen.