SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 14 at 1:30pM | GENERAL ADMISSION: $12 • LOFT MEMBERS: $10
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Thanks to our community partner, UA School of Journalism.
The women reporters of India’s Khabar Lahariya newspaper are a formidable group. Cooperatively running India’s only all-female news service, the women are all of Dalit (“Untouchable”) caste, or India’s lowest class.
“A stirring and inspiring documentary about some very courageous women, who deftly articulate and defend the need for accurate, fearless journalism in the pursuit of justice.” – Alissa Wilkinson, Vox
Many of them balance caring for young children in homes without electricity while traveling the country to shed light on some of India’s most pressing human rights issues. Writing with Fire tells the extraordinary story of the Khabar Lahariya paper, the women who run it, and the impact their powerful truth-telling has in the midst of the rise of radical right wing politics and persistent patriarchy and class injustice. Winner of Audience and Jury prizes at the 2021 Sundance Film Festival. (Dir. by Sushmit Ghosh & Rintu Thomas, 2021, India, in Hindu with English subtitles, 92 mins., Not Rated)
Other festivals: Sundance, Seattle, Krakow