UnLimited Girls is an exploration of engagements with feminism. Told through the conversations of a narrator called Fearless who starts accidentally in a chatroom and embarks on a journey where she encounters diverse characters, the film uses a personally reflective tone and playfully eclectic form, mixes non-fiction and fiction, to ask questions about feminism in our lives: why must women lead double lives, being feminist but not saying they are. How do we remain politically engaged as individuals who will not join groups? If feminism changes the way we live, then do we change the meaning of feminism as we live it? And then how do we separate true feminists from false ones? Will X-ray vision work better, or female intuition - or is there a common set of principles in this multiply interpreted philosophy? How do we make sense of love and anger, doubt and confusion, the personal and the political in this enterprise of pushing the boundaries, of being un-limited - the enterprise we call feminism.
Women’s News Award (WFFIS, Seoul)
Aaina Film Festival Award (Seattle, Washington)
Persistence/Resistance 2008, Cine 2007, Lille 3000, 2006, Aaina Film Festival, Bhuvaneshwar, 2006, Women’s Film Festival in Seoul,2005, Tongues of Fire, 2004, Seoul Human Rights Festival, 2004, Bollywood and Beyond, Stuttgart, 2004, Another World is Breathing, World Social Forum, 2004 Kara Film Festival, 2003, Bangladesh International Film Festival, 2003, Trivandrum International Video Festival, 2003, Another World Film Festival, Asia Social Forum, 2003