Khabar Lahariya journalists Meera (right) and Suneeta (second right) in a still from Writing with Fire. The film about a women-only digital news agency in India has been selected for the Sundance Film Festival’s World Cinema Documentary Competition. Khabar Lahariya journalists Meera (right) and Suneeta (second right) in a still from Writing with Fire. The film about a women-only digital news agency in India has been selected for the Sundance Film Festival’s World Cinema Documentary Competition.
Khabar Lahariya journalists Meera (right) and Suneeta (second right) in a still from Writing with Fire. The film about a women-only digital news agency in India has been selected for the Sundance Film Festival’s World Cinema Documentary Competition.
Asian cinema

Women journalists from India’s lowest caste who’ve found success in digital news profiled in stand-out Sundance Film Festival documentary

  • Writing with Fire focuses on three women from India’s Dalit caste who are part of India’s first all-women news agency, Khabar Lahariya
  • As well as telling a great story, the documentary places India’s caste system in stark relief

Topic |   Asian cinema
Khabar Lahariya journalists Meera (right) and Suneeta (second right) in a still from Writing with Fire. The film about a women-only digital news agency in India has been selected for the Sundance Film Festival’s World Cinema Documentary Competition. Khabar Lahariya journalists Meera (right) and Suneeta (second right) in a still from Writing with Fire. The film about a women-only digital news agency in India has been selected for the Sundance Film Festival’s World Cinema Documentary Competition.
Khabar Lahariya journalists Meera (right) and Suneeta (second right) in a still from Writing with Fire. The film about a women-only digital news agency in India has been selected for the Sundance Film Festival’s World Cinema Documentary Competition.
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