We are a media activist organization, based in Bangalore and working across Karnataka since 2001. We work with media to create an understanding of socio-political realities existing in our society. Existing notions have to be challenged to achieve socio-political change and towards this we realise the strength of using different forms of media – as organizing tools.
Our forms of intervention include the visual medium (documentaries and fiction films on
socio-political issues, reports, video leaflets), print media (booklets, pamphlets, calendars) and the web medium to carry forward the struggle.
In Karnataka, we have been involved with struggles for Dalit rights, women’s rights, adivasi rights, sexuality minority rights, class struggles, issues of environment and displacement, communalism – among several others.
We fund ourselves – through our film sales, book sales, contributions from friends and supporters, film screenings, equipment hire, etc.
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