The emotional core of 'Soni' is about the struggle of being a woman with some amount of power in a world rife with misogyny.
After being separated from his father, Hamid, a resilient and resourceful boy, figures out Allah’s phone number, and starts having conversations with him.
The storyline is predictable and the humour is on many occasions, infantile. Nevertheless, 'Champions' is compelling, and contains powerful portrayals of persistent discrimination.
Manels are a result of centuries of patriarchy attempting to force women away from the public life by declaring them capable of only domestic conversations.
From the intricate tea ceremonies conducted only by women to their manner of speaking, The Handmaiden has captured what it meant to be a woman in Korea during the Japanese occupation.
In her fantasies, Namrata imagines herself to be the open-haired, short-sleeve outfit wearing girl walking towards the man who considers her beautiful just the way she is.
Oxfam India has instituted the ‘Oxfam Best Film on Gender Equaliity’ Award with MAMI Film Festival that focusses on films that challenge gender-based social norms.
'Badhaai Ho' stands to show that we must accept parents for who they are as well – people with human needs and desires.
These women have used the art of making documentary films to challenge the normalised and internalised forms of oppression.
The recent accusations against many influential, powerful men involved in the film industry reveals its toxic male-dominated work culture.