Vaishnavi Sundar

Joined Jul 2016
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About Me

I am a business graduate turned filmmaker, who also happens to be an actor and writer. I have allied with numerous feminist organisations in slamming patriarchy down and creating avenues for gender equality. I am an unapologetic equal rights advocate and the founder of 'Women Making Films', a not-for-profit organisation aiming at creating a platform for female filmmakers to unite, collaborate and create films that work as a medium to express progressive and rational content. I dream of walking down the road, alone at midnight, without a speck of fear in my mind.

My Vision

Equality, Peace & Collective Progress.

Needs

Collaborators with powerful stories willing to network, for their voice to be heard and seen through the films we could make together.

Abilities

Connecting the world and erasing borders through cinema and art, educating and empowering girls and women. Mentoring and coaching them.

Interests

EducationEnvironmentGender-based ViolenceGirlsHuman RightsLeadershipTechnology

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Vaishnavi Sundar commented on Women Making Films - Solidarity Through Cinema May 19, 2017 Vaishnavi Sundar commented on But What Was She Wearing? My next film on Workplace Sexual Harassment Mar 29, 2017 Vaishnavi Sundar commented on Feminism begins at home Mar 07, 2017 Vaishnavi Sundar loved INDIA: We Will Not Be Left Out of History Mar 01, 2017 Vaishnavi Sundar commented on INDIA: Lifting the Ban on Emergency Contraceptives Mar 01, 2017 Vaishnavi Sundar commented on My Journey Jan 10, 2017 Vaishnavi Sundar loved A Rapist Husband is No More Your Husband Jan 10, 2017 Vaishnavi Sundar loved Taking one Step at a Time; Building Bridges not Walls Jan 10, 2017 Vaishnavi Sundar loved I made up my mind to ‘Dream, Dare and Do’ as I look forward to a brighter 2017 Jan 10, 2017 Vaishnavi Sundar loved FINLAND: Healing Through Art on Death Row Jan 10, 2017 Vaishnavi Sundar loved NEPAL: My Grandmother's Endurance is My Inspiration Jan 10, 2017 Vaishnavi Sundar loved TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO: How a Hashtag Is Changing the Conversation on Sexual Violence Jan 10, 2017 Vaishnavi Sundar loved UGANDA: How I Became an LGBTI Advocate in a Country Where Homosexuality Is Illegal Dec 08, 2016 Vaishnavi Sundar loved US: Wisdom from the Women of Standing Rock Dec 08, 2016 Vaishnavi Sundar loved AFGHANISTAN: Love Across Battle Lines Dec 08, 2016 Vaishnavi Sundar loved NIGERIA: Americans, Learn From Our History of Resistance Dec 08, 2016 Vaishnavi Sundar loved PAKISTAN: This Is Not a Defeat of Women Dec 08, 2016 Vaishnavi Sundar loved KENYA: You Can Choose to Be a Hen or an Eagle Dec 08, 2016 Vaishnavi Sundar loved CANADA: Coming Out to My Global Sisters Dec 08, 2016 Vaishnavi Sundar loved NIGERIA: I Am No Longer Hiding From HIV Dec 08, 2016 Vaishnavi Sundar loved US: Bringing My Village Together in Palo Alto Dec 08, 2016 Vaishnavi Sundar loved CAMEROON: How My Grandmother Set the Pace for Girls in Our Community Dec 08, 2016 Vaishnavi Sundar commented on A Partial Victory For Women’s Reproductive Rights Dec 08, 2016 Vaishnavi Sundar commented on The film I made four years ago, and my life afterwards. Nov 06, 2016 Vaishnavi Sundar commented on How I used technology to help aspiring filmmakers connect with their idols Aug 16, 2016 Vaishnavi Sundar commented on How we use technology to bridge the gap in access to services for GBV survivors Aug 14, 2016 Vaishnavi Sundar commented on When a crisis knocked me down and out, I built a community Aug 05, 2016