“A feminist Western shot guerrilla style in Pakistan” (The Independent)
My Pure Land has been nominated by the UK for the best foreign language film at the Oscars 2018. Directed by Sarmad Masud, it tells the true tale of three women’s defence of their house in Pakistan from 200 heavily armed men in a family feud. We are fortunate to have secured, in association with the Broadway cinema in Nottingham, a showing of this film, followed by a Q and A with the Director, Sarmad Masud, led by Professor Katharine Adeney.
There are a number of free tickets available for University of Nottingham staff and students.
Contact Mandy Felton if you would like a ticket reserved by Wednesday 15 November or book your ticket at Broadway Cinema — the ticket cost is £4.50.
This event has been sponsored by the Institute of Asia and Pacific Studies and the Centre for the Study of Social and Global Justice.
23 September 2020