This Unique Film Festival Aims To Break Gender Stereotypes | Read

PUBLISHED ON: November 11, 2017 | Duration: 1 min, 57 sec

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For 25 years, the Mumbai - based MAVA - Men Against Violence and Abuse - has been working to engage men and boys to work towards a society free of gender-based violence. MAVA has organised a travelling film festival with the themes of gender, masculinity, sexuality and relationships. After Coimbatore and Delhi, the two festival reached Bengaluru for screenings at Jain University. The festival, called Samabava, is the brainchild of Harish Sadani, co-founder of MAVA. He told NDTV, "Basically we are covering films on gender-based discrimination and gender based violence against women. What are the various forms and which is not talked about, about which people are not aware - like female genital mutilation, practiced among certain communities."
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