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Interview: Fawzia Mirza on ‘Spunkle’ at the 2016 Chicago South Asian Film Festival

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CHICAGO – Chicago’s own Fawzia Mirza continues to break ground with her cutting edge stage and film work, and is presenting her latest short film effort, “Spunkle,” at the 7th Annual Chicago South Asian Film Festival (CSAFF). The film will screen at the Showplace ICON theatre in Chicago on October 9th, 2016, part of five days of South Asian themed films through October 10th. (see below for details).

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