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Filmography

The Consortium’s Filmography is a comprehensive list of films that focus on the gendered dimensions of armed conflict and peacebuilding, as well as some of the structural gendered relations that thread through pre- and postwar societies.

The resource was created for educators and activists who wish to bring the concrete immediacy and emotional resonance of visual media into their courses or events.

Do you know of a film that you think should be included? Please help strengthen this collection by sending us the information!

Yi As Akh Padshah Bai (There Was a Queen)
Kavita Pai, Hansa Thapliyal 2007 105 min
"In this documentary, Kashmiri women express their views about the bloody conflict going on in Kashmir for more than 18 years and its multi-faceted impact on the society. In this film, women open up on terrorism, militarism, peace and their daily life. It is a record of political voices of women from many sides in Kashmir. The film was made by an all-women crew."Source: http... see more

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