Global policies, gender and sexuality
Partner: Sadbhavna Trust | Duration: 2020 - 2021
Sadbhavna Trust and Chambal Media collaborated to create three animation films using recordings from workshops held for social workers working with young girls.
Counting on girls' education
Since the 90s, the discourse around girls' education has witnessed a major change. Instead of seeing girls as individuals deserving the opportunity to make their own decision and walk their own path, policy-makers globally started seeing girls as a tool of development. This short piece of animation questions the neo-liberal world's agenda and advocates for a system that truly empowers girls.
An animation film exploring desire, body, sexuality and choices through a feminist lens, highlighting the voices of adolescent girls and social workers who work with them. The narrative is stitched using conversations of adolescent girls and social workers. The conversations meander from sexuality to hidden desires of life.
Good Girl, Bad Girl–Who's that Girl?
This animation film talks about the image of an ‘ideal girl’ we are surrounded by everywhere, all the time. It highlights that the ‘ideal girl’ constructed by different sections of society doesn’t provide girls with the agency to carve their paths. Promoted heavily by popular media, this image is deeply seeped into our minds, influencing our personalities and decision-making.