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T he roles essayed by women in the film industry have changed substantially in recent times. Actresses have gone from playing second fiddle to heroes to taking centre stage. Women filmmakers are weaving stories that impact society. In short, female voices have made a space for themselves in the world of cinema. The festival brought a talented pool of Asian women filmmakers under one roof to get them recognition by showcasing their unique projects. This year, the festival received over applications from 37 countries.
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Our festival is an attempt to bring together the works of Asian women directors in a range of genres - animation, documentary, experimental, short fiction and television reportage. The 15th edition of the festival received a record film entries from 37 countries. We screened more than 50 films and had a curated section titled Soundphiles that covered a range of sonic genres. Over the years the festival has attracted diverse audiences enabling vibrant discussions. Sections of the festival have traveled to various Indian cities and International festivals in the past years. In the 16th edition of the festival, alongside the general program there will be curated sections focusing on women directors from countries within the Middle East, the works and journeys of women photographers and a section across genres curated around the theme of 'Her upside down gaze'. Some of the questions that this section seeks to address are : What are the myriad ways in which women filmmakers are re-imagining the craft of filmmaking?
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