Indian Women’s Sexuality Comes to Cannes

Payal Kapadia

This year Payal Kapadia of the Film and Television Institute of Indian presented her work dealing with issues of women and sexuality at Cannes, “Afternoon Clouds.” Her film was selected in the Cinefondation category, a space created to inspire and support the next generation of filmmakers.
The 13-minute film is about a middle-aged widow and her young housemaid negotiating their loneliness and love.

FTII Student’s Short Film On Women And Sexuality Wins Applause.

American actress Uma Thurman will preside over the Un Certain Regard Jury, Indian ‘Afternoon Clouds’ in Short List.

Why this third year student from FTII will be representing India at the Cannes film festival.

Author’s note: Thelemites believe that man has the right to love as he will. As a result, I offer tips, history, and news about sexuality.


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