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British director John Madden, whose credits include crossover hits The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel and its sequel, The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel, will head up this year's international jury at the Mumbai Film Festival.
Madden, who received an Oscar nomination for best director for his helming of 1998 best picture winner Shakespeare in Love, recently directed the political thriller Miss Sloane starring Jessica Chastain.
Joining Madden on the Mumbai jury are Mexican cinematographer Alexis Zabe (Silver Light), Chinese-American actress Celina Jade (Wolf Warriors 2), Indian actress-director Konkona Sensharma (Death in the Gunj) and Argentinian writer-director Santiago Mitre (The Summit).
- Nyay Bhushan
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