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Tobacco Ember Unclassified 18+
Tambaku Chaakila Oob Ali

Language: Marathi with English subtitles

India’s first feminist film collective, Yugantar, was founded in 1980 by Abha Bhaiya, Navroze Contractor, Deepa Dhanraj and Meera Rao during a time of radical transformation. The group blazed a trail by working directly with the communities they were depicting, and their creative agitation ultimately inspired political change.

Female labour rights are a focus in Tobacco Ember (Tambaku Chaakila Oob Ali, 1982), which features factory workers in Nipani.

In Cinema

Tue 17 Aug 4:15 pm [16250]
Kino 1
Assisted ListeningWheelchair Access100% Subtitles Subtitles
Past event
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Director
Yugantar Film Collective
Producer
Yugantar Film Collective
Cinematographer
Navroze Contractor
Format
Digital

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