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Filmmaker Mira Nair talks challenges with producing ethnic films

Filmmaker Mira Nair screened her film “The Reluctant Fundamentalist” on Oct. 28 at Cubberley Auditorium.

ARIEL LIU/The Stanford Daily
Nov 20 2015

Filmmaker Mira Nair joined Stanford history professors Robert Crews and Aishwary Kumar on Wednesday to screen “The Reluctant Fundamentalist” (2013) and discuss the challenges associated with producing ethnic films.

Known for her works that transition between multiple spheres, from Hollywood to independent cinema and from India to New York, Mira Nair has garnered over 25 international awards including an Academy Award nomination for Best Foreign Film. Some of her works include Mississippi Masala” (1991), “Monsoon Wedding” (2001) and “The Namesake” (2006). ...

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