Interview between RedCut and Nupur Basu

Nupur Basu is an Indian journalist who has worked in the last four decades in both print and television journalism.  A former Senior Editor with India’s leading television channel, New Delhi Television (NDTV), Nupur has directed award – winning documentaries like Dry Days in Dobbagunta, Michael Jackson Comes to Manikganj, Lost Generations, No Country for Young Girls and Velvet Revolution.  She has filmed and reported stories in India, Sri Lanka , Pakistan , Bangladesh , Nepal, Afghanistan, United Kingdom, Switzerland and Uganda.  Nupur was a visiting faculty at the J School in Berkeley , California in 2010 . She has served on various national and international Boards and is a keen observer of both politics and media .

Conversation between RedCut and Zakaria Jaber

Conversation between RedCut and Zakaria Jaber

Zakaria Jaber is an Award Winning multi-talented film director with a diverse range of skills and experiences that he himself developed and have shaped his career. Zakaria is a photographer and videographer with a commitment to master visual storytelling, editing, and...

A Woman, a Film, a Different Gaze

A Woman, a Film, a Different Gaze

JOSIE FANON, 1977 TRANSLATED BY SIS MATTHÉ What does it mean to make a film when you are a woman, an Algerian, a novelist (writing in French) and you decide to make it in your own country, for the people of that country, with the widest distribution possible, as it is...

A discussion between Eyal Weizman, Mania Akbari and Chowra Makaremi

A discussion between Eyal Weizman, Mania Akbari and Chowra Makaremi

Eyal Weizman, founder of Forensic Architecture and professor at Goldsmiths, discusses and reflects on the connection between the feminist struggle for equality and freedom in Iran, the liberation of Palestine, and the fight against colonialism in this conversation...

 Body Security and Home

 Body Security and Home

An Analysis of Five Short Films by Young Female Filmmakers from Iran, Turkey, Lebanon, and Palestine to be soon showcased at the 32nd Raindance Festival 2024 in London, curated by Mania Akbari. Authors: Pegah Pezeshki and Mania Akbari Trauma, body, and geography...