Living in Nepal with her daughter and a traditionally overbearing husband, Belmaya rediscovers her love of photography and yearns to become a filmmaker.
Growing up in a group home, Belmaya discovered a love of photography but in response to her incessant shooting, the home locked her camera away. Eight years later she is married and living in the same oppressive atmosphere, but Belmaya decides to pick up the camera again and begin documenting her life.
Battling against tradition and her community, Belmaya takes charge of her own story and creates something truly inspiring, with the film even going on to win best documentary at both the UK Asian Film Festival and the WRPN Women's International Film Festival
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There is step-free access to the Union's main entrance. The Union building has step-free access via a ramped entrance at the front of the building.. The Union building has step-free access via a ramped entrance at the front of the building. A lift is available from the main foyer to the Pyramid Theatre Screening room, where there are two dedicated wheelchair spaces. These can be booked in advance online, or by calling the box office on 0113 275 2045.