Pratibha Parmar- Filmography

British filmmaker Pratibha Parmar has spent more than 20 years behind the camera bringing fresh perspectives to stories of women, minorities and social issues. Her films are marked by political complexity and visual richness, taking up the themes of women’s strength, racial and cultural oppression and the lives of South Asian LBGT people.

Features

  • Nina’s Heavenly Delights (2006)

Shorts

  • Playing Dead (2008)
  • Sita Gita (2000)
  • Wavelengths (1997)
  • Memsahib Rita (1994)

Documentaries

  • Diversity in Motion (2008)
  • Brimful of Asia (1999)
  • The Righteous Babes (1998)
  • Jodie: An Icon (1996)
  • The Colour of Britain (1994)
  • Warrior Marks (1993)
  • Double the Trouble Twice the Fun (1992)
  • A Place of Rage (1991)
  • Khush (1991)
  • Flesh and Paper (1990)
  • Bhangra Jig (1990)
  • Memory Pictures (1989)
  • Sari Red (1988)
  • Reframing AIDS (1987)
  • Emergence (1986)
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