Is it Still a Man’s World?
Centre for Civil Society

It’s hard to expect cinema to make any dent on larger idea of social change for the very nature of it is designed in such a way that it takes away our ability to think rationally. The ones who hold the means of producing cinema (or technology) are more concerned with the ‘representation’ of change that suits the financial and political perpetuity of their privilege. Our definition of change, or our ability to realise the conflict, is hence alienated from us by the people who control such cultural industries.

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