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Geeta

(Rated Unclassified)

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Presented by The Australian Human Rights Institute (UNSW) & Documentary Australia Foundation

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Geeta is a moving story of one womanʼs attempts to create a better future for her daughters after they, along with Geeta, are the victims of a horrific acid attack at the hands of her husband. In finding a community alongside other acid attack survivors, Geeta and her daughter Neetu find their voice and a sense of empowerment within the growing movement in India, fighting against gender-based violence. But the story of Geeta is more than a portrait of a growing movement in India, it is also a portrait of a woman and her family as they too have to confront what it really means to create change.

Human Rights and Documentary Series

Join Australian Human Rights Institute and Documentary Australia Foundation for the third film in our 'Human Rights and Documentary' series, featuring a special Q&A and discussion following the screening.

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  • Year: 2019
  • Rating: Unclassified
  • Director: Emma Macey-Storch
  • Duration: 90 minutes
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