Updated: Jun 29, 2021
Three of my recent films- Ayesha, The Ghetto Girl and Who Can Speak of Men? are screening at The I View World Human Rights Film Festival. Organized and hosted by Engendered, the trans-national arts and human rights organisation, marks International Human Rights Day (December 10). It has partnered with Hybrid Film Festival in New York, to showcase 50 shorts, documentaries and feature films from South Asia, Canada, Britain, Italy, Sweden, Netherlands, Argentina, Australia, Turkey/Syria, Iran and Thailand. The 10-day festival will have Covid-conscious screenings and a socially-distant red carpet at the DLF Cyber-Hub in Gurugram, with a panel discussion around Deepa Mehta’s film Funny Boy (and Canada’s official entry for the 2021 Academy Awards).
It can also be viewed virtually on the Plexigo app.
Read More: http://arthubasia.org/project/engendereds-i-view-world-acquires-50-international-human-rights-movies-for-hybrid-film-festival-in-new-delhi-nyc
Watch Festival Trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fioOPBSL7Do