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Pass for 1 feature film

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Naked Wall - has won the IDPA Award for Best Student Film and was screened at Mumbai International Film Festival in 2020. Understanding female adolescents' sexuality in the context of the suburban town in Western Uttar Pradesh, India.

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Pass for 1 short & 1 feature films

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Film described above AND Chaar Diwar Aur Chinar - a Hindu woman born in Kashmir documents her personal journey about how on an everyday level the Kashmiri conflict is addressed.

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Pass for 2 short & 2 feature films

€30

Films described above AND - Whistle balloon- a short film, shot in Khairagarh, a small town in Chattisgarh, India, about the socio-political connections between people of different backgrounds and identities. - Village Rockstar- in Assamese language and directed by a self-taught filmmaker. The story follows a 10-year-old girl who befriends a group of boys and dreams of becoming a rock star. The film premiered at the 2017 Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF).

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Pass for 3 short & 3 feature films

€45

Films described above AND - In-Dependence- a short which talks about the social fabric in a small town of Chattisgarh, and how the unnoticeable class interdependency is present in our everyday life. Understanding freedom in a holistic way. - Escaping Agra- after being held against his will in India when his gender identity is discovered, Naveen Bhat, a non-binary trans masculine person, battles his parents in court and pieces his life back together.

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Pass for 4 short & 4 feature films

€60

Films described above AND - Printed Rainbow- the journey of an old woman and her cat through the fantastical world of matchbox covers. The film premiered in Cannes Critic's Week in 2006, winning three awards in Cannes and 22 others. - Altar- how the human rights of the Indian North Eastern people are violated by armed forces, the story of a soldier who becomes an institutional tool of this entire system of banalized violence in which we live in.

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Pass.for 5 short & 5 feature films

€75

Films described above AND - Makaan- a short film about the inequality of housing in urban India and how the solutions that the govt is offering is simply a modern ghettoisation. - Something like a War- a documentary on India's birth control laws and global health policies. It traces back how women lost control over their bodies, showing a lot of layers of the civil rights movements between Global North and Global South countries. But it also shows how women take ownership over their own rights and freedom when they are in their (safe) space.

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Pass for 6 short & 6 feature films

€90

Films described above AND - Devi- the story of an upper-class urban young girl and her relationship with their house help. - Lata- the story of a young domestic worker, Lata, and how invisible she is as she navigates the upper-class home where she works. A 'silent' film, aesthetically gob-smacking.

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Pass for 7 short & 7 feature films

€105

Films described above AND - Clémente- a personal documentary by Nino, a French filmmaker, about their grandmother. This film is a commentary on the lives of the European women of the 60's, and how within the same family, one has different ways of experiencing feminism, beyond and accross generations. - Macher jhol- a subtle rich animated short film about the sexuality of a young man & the behaviour of their parents.

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Pass for 8 short & 8 feature films

€120

Films described above AND - Gulabi gang- in Bundelkhand, India, a revolution is in the making among the poorest of the poor, as the fiery women of the Gulabi Gang empower themselves and take up the fight against gender violence, caste oppression and widespread corruption. - Nasrin- an immersive portrait of one of the world’s most courageous human rights activists and political prisoners, Nasrin Sotoudeh, and of Iran’s remarkably resilient women’s rights movement.

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