Sonia Faleiro on marginalized narratives, her time as a reporter and how gender influences her work.
‘It’s the barrel that rots the apples.’ Leslee Udwin talks to Sonia Faleiro about her film India's Daughter.
‘The idea of romantic love for young people is a constructed one.’
‘It is India’s turn to undergo social traumas that other countries have suffered in their pursuit of wealth and power.’
‘The imagination can also be a passport to places beyond the realms of our own experience, a lesson learned at festivals which have at their core the concept of storytelling.’
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