We use a gender sensitive lens to tell stories.
Our communication solutions emerge from developing a nuanced understanding of gender dynamics. We attempt to tell stories that have an unbiased and equal representation of all genders.
In our storytelling, we break gender stereotypes. We present people with the complexity of their socio-political reality.
‘Pahel – Women Leading Change’ pays an ode to women who stepped out of the traditional norms of our society and dared to be different, who believed in themselves and decided to take matters into their own hands. The film encompasses on a journey of ANM workers and leaders taking the step of ensuring quality maternal care is provided in their district by revamping the local health system. The film was shown for branding and fundraising to Gates Foundation
‘Leadership journey of Elected Women Representatives from Bihar’ is a story of women leaders overcoming social hurdles to improve local governance and community
The content was showcased to national and international funding organization for branding and fundraising
‘Ab meri baari’ is a story that advocates for the abolition of child marriage and the health rights of adolescents in rural India through the efforts of girl champions at a community level.
The film was a part of an extensive campaign to raise awareness of the effects of early child marriage.
A series of 4 films aimed to educate urban women in Maharashtra and Rajasthan about their legal rights and mechanisms to address domestic violence.
The films were an advocacy tool to teach women about their legal rights against domestic violence.
‘Shaadi, Sex aur Parivaar’ is a documentary film commissioned by the Public Service Broadcasting Trust. The film looks at the institution of marriage through a gendered lens.
Screened at festivals in Delhi, Gauteng, Jaipur, Kabul, and Tirana, Boston, it is a collection of reflections by three women on marriage, love, sexuality, and identity.
The campaign‘Achhi Ladki’ reclaimed the word ‘Achhi Ladki’ or ‘Good Girl’. It aimed to redefine the term and assert choices that women make in their everyday life.
With more than 120 posters and comic books on social media. Leveraged by more than 30 impact organizations as a part of their educational material, the character-driven campaign talks about gender issues of health and societal norms through sarcasm and satire