Women and Cinema

Over the period of refining era's women's have proved to be immensely strong and better than man. As if they are the bane of our existence, and so does for cinema. From the realm of films, here are some of the record breaking women directorial movies of all time.

Greta Gerwig's Little Women

Little Women (2019) is a coming of age period drama which is the seventh adaptation of the 1868 novel of the same name. With a stellar star casts, it garnered immense fame from the audience.

Sofia Coppola's Lost In Translation

Lost in Translation is a critically acclaimed romantic comedy released in 2003. The movie revolves around a romantic tale of a fading film star and a college graduate.

Celine Song's Past Lives

'Past Lives' is beautiful movie that brings back two childhood pals who gets separated during initial days but fate brings them together after decadence and new beginning awaits for them.

Greta Gerwig's Barbie

Greta Gerwig has made her spot in the year 2023 with her fantasy comedy 'Barbie' led by Margot Robbie. Bringing the lala land into a cinematic reality, the movie has earned attention globally.

Deepa Mehta's Fire

Fire is a 1996 landmark film that challenges societal taboos, it tells the story of two women trapped in unhappy marriages who develop a passionate relationship.

Meghna Gulzar's Just Married

It is a 2007 Hindi romantic comedy starring Fardeen Khan, Esha Deol that revolves around a couple that are married forcefully and trying to adjust and make things work despite awkwardness.

Reema Kagti's Honeymoon Travels Pvt. Ltd.

The 2007 romantic comedy that takes the audiences on an embarking honeymoon journey of six newly married couples who discovers new facets of their individual spouses.

Anjali Menon's Bangalore Days

Bangalore Days is an extremely feel good romantic comedy drama that revolves around three cousins and their Bangalore dream lifestyle who explore their life even more in the fast city.