A documentary film Not Every Time,was shown to around 400 students of Khalsa Girls Senior Secondary School,Civil Lines,on Saturday. The film directed by captures a movement which had been initiated as a response to the disappearance of a college student,who had been raped and murdered. The film follows the movement,as it confronts the difficult and complex process of securing justice for the student in an unjust society. At present,Daljit Ami is working on her film The Singapore Mutiny of 1915.
Written by Express News Service | Ludhiana | Published: May 19, 2013 3:40:33 am