After a very successful screening of Women Without Men, we’re back with a new Feminist Film Screening!
During Feminist Film Screenings we screen small-production films that bravely break down barriers and norms, are seen as controversial by some feminist circles and/or the general public and are often centred around a specific taboo. This time we present to you: Lipstick Under My Burkha!
This, for lack of a better description, black comedy chronicles the secret lives of four women in search of a little freedom. Set in the crowded lanes of small town India, a burkha-clad college girl struggles with issues of cultural identity and her aspirations to be a pop singer. A young two-timing beautician, seeks to escape the claustrophobia of her small town. An housewife and mother of three, lives the alternate life of an enterprising saleswoman. And a 55 year old widow rediscovers her sexuality through a phone romance. Trapped in their worlds, they claim their desires through secret acts of rebellion.
After the movie there will be a discussion where you can openly share your thoughts and opinions.
Location: Vondelbunker, Amsterdam
Date: 10th of April
Time: 19:15: Walk-in
19:45 – 21:45: Lipstick Under My Burkha
22:00 – 22:30: Discussion
Food is allowed so feel free to bring some popcorn, chips or other bites. You might want to bring a sweater or coat because it might be a little cold inside!
The Vondelbunker is also wheelchair-accessible, except for the toilet unfortunately.
There is no ATM so bring some cash!