Nasbandi tells the stories of four women in a remote village in Uttarakhand, India, as they reflect on their decisions to get – or not get – sterilized. Through these narratives, the film explores the larger issues surrounding India’s family planning policy, such as pervasive gender inequality, and how the policy affects the women it is designed to reach.
Date: Saturday, August 29, 2015
Location: Dana Auditorium
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Length: 22 mins
Language: Hindi/Garwali with English subtitles
Directors: Anne Munger, Zoe Hamilton
Producer: Anne Munger, Zoe Hamilton