Fatma Begum broke into the heavily male-dominated film industry as a actress, director, scriptwriter and producer, in the early 20th century.
Sita's Family is a documentary of a daughter diving into the past of her mother Sita who was an activist in the struggle against colonialism.
Actor Prithviraj's statement is a small step in rectifying the decades of misogyny perpetuated in Malayalam cinema.
Overall, Kaabil had a crumbling plotline, held together by a good cinematography and brilliant acting. But it reinforced what it was trying to disprove; the belief that the visually impaired are weak.
The story of a team of African-American women mathematicians who served a vital role in NASA during the early years of the US space program.
Rangoon allows no room for struggle, no room for complication, and no possibility of real character for Julia. She is all sass, no substance.
Lipstick Under My Burkha was banned for being displaying lady-oriented fantasies. Now is a good time to revisit the CBFC Chairman's films of yore.
Bollywood movie posters reflect the changing ways we've viewed women - damsels in distress, sexualized bodies, and recently, feminist icons.
In Dangal, nationalism takes over feminism and women's agency gets lost in the name of "women's empowerment".
Kahaani 2 is a gut-wrenching portrayal of an issue we still aren’t comfortable to talk about. For once, the issue of child sexual abuse isn’t treated as just one of the many things, rather, it is the central premise of the movie through which a lot of other things are scrutinised.