Category: 2019 Festival

In Conversation with Ramesh Sippy

In Conversation with Ramesh Sippy

Ramesh Sippy is an Indian film director and producer, best known for directing the popular and critically acclaimed film Sholay, one of the most iconic films in Hindi film history and a favourite for Hindi film audiences globally.

Thu 4 April, Phoenix Cinema, Leicester | BOOK NOW

Women in Cinema & Creative Arts Lunch

Women in Cinema & Creative Arts Lunch

This invite only event celebrating Women in Cinema and the Creative Arts Industry with a view to Encourage, Support and Empower.

Fri 5 April, 12.30pm, Wellington Hotel, London | INVITE ONLY

Nine Visual Experiences by Women 9 Pencinemakal

Nine Visual Experiences by Women 9 Pencinemakal

Organised in collaboration with The Centre for Film and Ethics and Film Cultures, Queen Mary, University of London, this event includes post-screening discussion and Q&A.

Fri 5 April, Arts One Lecture Theatre, QMUL | REGISTER NOW

Daughter of Nepal + Daughters of the Polo God

Daughter of Nepal + Daughters of the Polo God

A double bill screening of 2 poignant documentaries, Daughter of Nepal and Daughters of the Polo God.

Fri 5 April, Phoenix Cinema, Leicester | BOOK NOW

UK Premiere: Tottaa Pataaka Item Maal (The Incessant Fear of Rape)

UK Premiere: Tottaa Pataaka Item Maal (The Incessant Fear of Rape)

Delhi is known as the rape capital of India. Four women from various parts of the Capital, meet by chance in a ‘ladies only’ taxi ride. Getting into an altercation with a man who’s teasing them, they end up choosing to make an example of him.

Fri 5 April, Watermans Art Centre, London | BOOK NOW

My Beautiful Laundrette

My Beautiful Laundrette

The rise of religious fundamentalism in the 1980s, partly as the result of the failure of anti-racist politics in the UK, represented a serious setback to the nascent growth of women’s freedoms in the Asian community.

Sat 6 April, Rich Mix, London | BOOK NOW