5 Filmmaking Lessons From Mira Nair and Bryce Dallas Howard’s Tribeca Talk

by Peter D. Marshall

by Jason Bailey.

“Thank you for coming, on a nice spring day, to watch us ladies in the afternoon,” Mira Nair said with a smile, as she and Bryce Dallas Howard began their “Tribeca Talks” conversation on Saturday, as part of the 12th annual Tribeca Film Festival.

Nair is at the festival with her latest feature film, an adaptation of Mohsin Hamid’s novel The Reluctant Fundamentalist; Howard was there as an admirer, an actress slowly making the transition to filmmaker and looking for some pearls of wisdom from Nair’s 30-plus years in India, Hollywood, and all points in between. Here’s a few things we learned from their chat.

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