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LFFF - Indian Women Claiming Spaces + panel discussion

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The London Feminist Film Festival 2017 presents

Akam (Inside) 12 mins.

Geetha J - India (2007)

UK premiere.

A visual poem, an intergenerational portrait of three women. The focus is on the akam – the inside or the domestic space.

Languages: Malayalam & English

Aage Jake Left (Go Ahead and Take Left) 5 mins

Vaishnavi Sundar - India (2017)

Anju is a traffic constable in the north-eastern state of Sikkim, where women have more freedoms than those in some parts of India.

Language: Hindi

Where to, Miss? 83 mins

Manuela Bastian - Germany (2015)

Devki’s biggest wish is to become a taxi driver – she wants to ensure other women can travel around Delhi in safety, and would like to be financially independent. While striving for her goal, she must contend with opposition from the men in her life and the deeply-rooted traditions of society. Where to, Miss? follows the story of this courageous young woman over a period of three years, as she navigates the roles traditionally assigned to women whilst trying to maintain a sense of her own identity.

Language: Hindi

Trailer here.