“Her chapter on Women and Islam was an absolutely intriguing and well rounded conversation about the burkha, including views of men and women, Muslims and non-Muslims, and most fascinating, a Muslim female taxi driver who dons the burkha only when she is not working.”
Women’s Voices Now

“Sood says the festival (Women’s Voices from the Muslim World) has provided filmmakers like her with a unique opportunity to present a different perspective about Muslim women.” – Voice of America

see just what is possible when a talented video-maker and digital artist  – working in the aftermath of an epic act of terrorism —  chooses the unique context of a taxi  to explore matters of conflict, violence, hope, life, and death.” – Steve Gorelick on Media and Mayhem

Clearly, Sood’s videos are mediums for social critique. Sood is intent on creating social change through her artistry and filmmaking.” – News India Times

“Friend of Breakthrough, Vandana Sood, has a fascinating multimedia project, ‘The Taxi Takes on Terror.’ So, next time you hop in a cab, strike up a conversation. You might just learn something.” – Breakthrough

“A project that goes beyond just academic requirements and is spilling into the Internet and videos.”
-Wojtek Gwjazda of Masala Canada

“On the anniversary of the terror attacks in Mumbai, a New York City graduate student reflects on how the violence in India changed her.”

“The Taxi Takes on Terror looks at public opinion on terrorism through a series of interviews shot in Mumbai taxicabs”
- Worldfocus

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