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Cinema House | The Woman’s Voices : Non-Fiction | Weekend Pass 🗓


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I am woman, hear me roar

In numbers too big to ignore

And I know too much to go back an’ pretend

‘Cause I’ve heard it all before

And I’ve been down there on the floor

And no one’s ever gonna keep me down again


These powerful lyrics by Helen Reddy foreshadows the direction of G5A Cinema House’s upcoming curation. Over the past few years, Indian non-fiction filmmaking has burst into the global scene, garnering praise and accolades alike. Primarily fronted and buoyed by the vision of women, March’s Cinema House will cast a spotlight on such documentaries and shorts.

From the personal as political, to the global political as personal, the preoccupations of these trailblazing filmmakers visibilise the changed vocabulary of Indian non-fiction and how this subverted the rules of filmmaking as a whole.

Join us at the G5A warehouse, from March 29-31, to witness a line-up of films that not just gained global appreciation, but also rethought the boundaries of fiction and non-fiction filmmaking.


March 29, Friday

19:30 – And, Towards Happy Alleys by Sreemoyee Singh

March 30, Saturday

13:30 – My Grandfather’s House by Alvina Joshi

Flat Bol Mumma Flat! By Vedanti Londhe

Ek Tha Gaon by Srishti Lakhera

17:00 – Holy Rights by Farha Khatun

20:00 – Bawa’s Garden by Clara Kraft Isono

March 31, Sunday

12:00 – Screening 05 | Cinema House | The Woman’s Voice : Non-Fiction

15:00 – The Golden Thread by Nishtha Jain

19:00 – Against the Tide by Sarvnik Kaur




G5A presents Cinema House: an opportunity to celebrate the experience of collective film viewing. For one weekend a month, our black box theatre transforms into a single-screen theatre dedicated to independent, regional, and contemporary cinema.

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