500 Female-Led Movies to Be Showcased at 2021 Kalakari Film Festival

Kalakari Film Festival participants.

Throughout the most recent years, discussions about equality have pervaded the Indian film industry. The Kalakari Film Festival is taking steps towards getting female talent recognized, particularly if they’re behind the camera. For as long as there have been movies, there have been women making them.

The 2021-22 edition of the international Kalakari Film Festival by Rishi Nikam will promote movies by 500+ women filmmakers at this year’s festival. These movies will be in English, Hindi, Marathi, and other regional Indian languages.

Kalakari Film Fest Winner – Angelena Bonet

Art is a medium through which we can pass on significant messages. Kalakari Film Fest is a stage that gives this extraordinary chance to all artists, especially women filmmakers and female films. All members will get an opportunity to feature their work of art at events around the world. 
Rishi Nikam, Founder of the Kalakari Film Fest said, “The primary target of this occasion is to give a stage to the women filmmakers of India who don’t have a medium to show their ability and workmanship.” 


Priya Yadav believes there is a treasure trove of films waiting to be discovered. She likes to keep her finger on the pulse of the growing independent cinema movement.


 

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