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Sean Baker’s sex-worker romance ‘Anora’ wins Palme d’Or in Cannes
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Women at the helm as Indian films make a big splash in Cannes
Indian cinema has enjoyed a bumper year in Cannes, with seven films from the country screening across the festival’s various strands. FRANCE 24 spoke to filmmaker Payal Kapadia, India's first Palme d’Or contender in 30 years with her “All We Imagine as Light”, and the cast and director of police procedural “Santosh”, which premiered in the Un Certain Regard sidebar. 

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