Mouparna Guha

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Mouparna is a budding film and gender scholar with a degree in media and film studies.

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Analyzing ‘Joyland’ Through The Depths Of Saim Sadiq’s Women Characters

"Joyland" is the directorial debut of Saim Sadiq, a melancholy joyride through the life of Haider (Ali Junejo) in the city of Lahore, Pakistan....

Significance Of Food As Cultural Identity Through Hindi Songs

In Indian films, the discourse around food gets reflected on screen, and we get to enjoy seeing various food items prepared during a wide...

‘Holy Spider’ Analysis: Understanding Ali Abbasi’s Film From A Gendered Lens

"Holy Spider" is a true crime film directed by the Iranian filmmaker Ali Abbasi that takes us through the killings of prostitutes in the...

Hollywood Women Filmmakers With The Course Of Independent Films

Cinema is the visual medium of mass communication, which is influenced by various elements of society. Cinema, with time, has evolved through various movements...

Kitchen As A Gendered And Filmic Space In Indian Cinema

Food has been colonized and commercialized by various formats of electronic media throughout the years, and the recent boom in viewing "food as content"...

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‘Reina Roja’ (Red Queen) Cast And Character Guide

The series Red Queen, created by Amaya Muruzabal, features...