New York premiere! Please note: The Q&A with filmmaker has been canceled.
Like many other women in rural South Asia, Salma, a young Muslim girl in India, was forced into seclusion once she reached puberty. She was forbidden by her family to study and pushed into marriage. Words were Salma’s salvation.
Note: Grayed-out screenings are currently standby only. A standby line will form at the box office one hour prior to showtime. Available tickets will be released on a first come, first served basis. Additional screenings take place at the IFC Center, visit ff.hrw.org/new-york for more information or consult the festival brochure.