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Director James Ivory and Muscian Zakir Hussain in Conversation about the Film "Heat and Dust"

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Steven Winn interviews Director James Ivory and musician Zakir Hussain. In the discussion, Ivory will highlight some of the literary antecedents to the creation of the film, "Heat and Dust" such as the work of Jhabvala, E. M. Forster, and J. R. Ackerley.

Steven Winn is an arts journalist, critic and frequent interviewer for City Arts & Lectures. His work has appeared in Art News, Humanities, Symphony and the San Francisco Chronicle, where he spent 28 years covering arts and culture. His memoir, Come Back, Como: Winning the Heart of a Reluctant Dog, has been translated into nine languages.
In collaboration with the Berkeley Art Museum/Pacific Film Archive's series Afterimage: James Ivory, curated by Kathy Geritz. Special thanks to Graeme Vanderstoel and the Society for Art and Cultural Heritage of India (SACHI).