Deepa Keshvala, a DOP and filmmaker based in London, has always been fascinated by the human condition. Her talk, which proved particularly honest and moving, focused on the recent release of her film Kara. Beautifully shot and designed, it tells the story of a young woman who visits her father for the first time in 13 years and how she deals with the experience, mirroring Deepa’s own experience with her own father.


Via It’s Nice That

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