Goethe-Zentrum in association with Department of Communication, the University of Hyderabad is presenting the ‘Women’s Film Festival’ from March 22 to 24 at Golden Threshold, Abids from 6:45 pm onwards.
On March 22, the film, ‘Naa Bangaru Talli’ directed by Rajesh Touchriver will be screened. It is based on a true story of sex trafficking. It bagged three national awards in May 2014. The script is based on the true story of a girl who was rescued by Sunitha. After the screening, film’s director Rajesh Touchriver will be present himself to enlighten with a brief talk on sex trafficking.
On March 23, the film, Paula Modersohn-Becker directed by Jürgen Breest will be screened. The film portrays the painter Paula Modersohn-Becker (1876 - 1907), who developed her work during a creative period of just a few years. She played an active part of the early Expressionist movement.
She died at the age of 31 in worpswede, shortly after the birth of her child. The film will be presented by art historian, Sarada Natarajan who will speak about the Expressionist movement.
On the final day, the film Satyavati directed by Deepthi Tadanki will be screened. The nation and the world are speaking in support of LGBTQ rights and awareness. Where are you? Satyavati is an important film because it is one of the few to speak about the horror of corrective rape.
Corrective rape is one such practice, where often, the victim’s own parents arrange for a close relative to rape their son or daughter, with the misguided belief that this will change their sexual orientation. The film screening of Satyavati is being curated in association with Queer Arts Movement India.