Made in Bangladesh (2019), Feature Film

Under Construction (2015), Feature Film

Meherjaan (2011), Feature Film


Rubaiyat Hossain: Women are agents of change

Interviewed by Freja Dam, Danish Film Institute news,

“I believe in a feminist intervention in cinema”

Interview with rubaiyat hossain by Sarah Hurtes, Eurimages, April 2018

‘Made in Bangladesh’ – Interview with filmmaker Rubaiyat Hossain

Dokskool, June 2019

Interview @ Filmatique

Interview by Haneul Lee

Interview: on  Under Construction

What it means to be a female director in a male dominated industry

Bangladeshi movie ‘Under Construction’ reinterprets Tagore for today’s times

Director Rubaiyat Hossain relocates the play ‘Red Oleanders’ to the readymade garment industry

I want to make gender-sensitive films: Rubaiyat Hossain

New Age

Love, War, and Cinema

Maanvi Singh, The Pennsylvania Gazette


Interview on Made in Bangladesh, NY Public Radio

Interview on Made in Bangladesh, acast (podcast)

Made in Bangladesh, Canal+

Daliya Akter – Made in Bangladesh, Arte TV

Interview on Made in Bangladesh, BFI London FF 2019

Made in Bangladesh q&a at TIFF2019

Berlinale Talents 2017: Rubaiyat Hossain | DW Volos

Meet the Filmmaker: Rubaiyat Hossain | SIFF TV

Filmmaker Rubaiyat Hossain on Live on Live | RFI English

Under Construction_Audience reactions

Interview de Rubaiyat Hossain et Shahana Goswami | FFAST 2016

Reel Asia: Women Filmmakers | NYU Cinema Studies


Published Article

Labor of Love is Nothing Short of Meditation

[Dhaka Tribune] Labors of Love’ or ‘Asha Jaoar Majhe,’ is an ode to the men and women caught in the capitalist industrial civilisation

Not a he, nor a she, but an individual, in life and in death

[Dhaka Tribune] Rituparno Ghosh’s sudden death has hit a massive emotional chord with the queer population

I am not a hanger for your ideology

[Dhaka Tribune] Why have women’s bodies become a political battleground?

The fractured Bangladeshi nation

[Dhaka Tribune] The national rhetoric must evolve and learn from history

Let’s keep filming and fighting

[The Daily Star] On contemporay cinema scene in Bangladesh

Taking Women Forward: The Role of Begum Rokeya and Sultan Jahan

[Forum] examines the lives, works and social influence of Begum Rokeya and Sultan Jahan Begum of Bhopal.

Sylvia Plath

[Forum] Stars open among the lilies . . .

Female Directors, Female Gaze

[Forum] The Search for Female Subjectivity in Film

Empress Extraordinaire

[Forum] traces the intriguing life and persona of the empress, Nurjahan.

Belief in Bengal

[The Independent]

Feminism for men

[Forum] It is not just women who benefit from feminism, but men as well 

Bad girls and middle-class morality

[Forum] on the disturbing constructions of Bangladeshi womanhood to be found in the novels of Humayun Ahmed

The women in his life

[Forum] discusses Rabindranath’s willingness to subordinate to the cause of nationalism his liberal humanism when it came to the issue of women’s emancipation

Why did Durga, Sarbajaya, and Aparna have to die

[Forum] disquieting dispensability of the female characters in the Apu Trilogy

1971: Shall we remember, forget, or fabricate?

[The Daily star | Victory Day Supliment]

Taslima Nasrin: Woman in exile

[Forum] re-examines Bangladesh’s most controversial author

Is Sex Work, Work?

[Star Weekend Magazine]

LOVE : An Asymmetry

[Star Weekend Magazine]

Hirok Rajar Deshey: Ray’s allegory comes true

[The Daily Star | Editorial]

Advertisements Are Brutal

[Star Weekend Magazine]

Philosophical crisis: A confused Bengali nation

[The Daily Star | Pointer-counterpoint]

Romance : The Transparent Politics

[Star Weekend Magazine]

Begum Rokeya : The Pioneer Feminist of Bangladesh

[Star Weekend Magazine]

Still in Seclusion : My Silence is Your Comfort

[Star Weekend Magazine]

I know I am a Woman

[Star Weekend Magazine]