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The highly acclaimed debut is Devyani Saltzman's remarkable story of reconnecting with her mother, award-winning filmmaker Deepa Mehta, in India and Sri Lanka during the production of the...

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This edition of book was issued in Paperback. The volume of the book is 304 pages (approximate value, can be different depending on the edition). First book "Shooting Water: A Memoir of Second Chances, Family, and Filmmaking" was published in 2005.

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Shooting Water: A Memoir of Second Chances, Family, and Filmmaking
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2005 year
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The highly acclaimed debut is Devyani Saltzman's remarkable story of reconnecting with her mother, award-winning filmmaker Deepa Mehta, in India and Sri Lanka during the production of the Oscar®-nominated film Water. In Shooting Water, Devyani Saltzman recounts her experience straddling the separate worlds of her divorced parents in Canada and India—navigating between two r The highly acclaimed debut is Devyani Saltzman's remarkable story of reconnecting with her mother, award-winning filmmaker Deepa Mehta, in India and Sri Lanka during the production of the Oscar®-nominated film Water. In Shooting Water, Devyani Saltzman recounts her experience straddling the separate worlds of her divorced parents in Canada and India—navigating between two religions (Hindu and Jewish), two traditions, two cultures, and two people—belonging to both and to neither at once.

This cross-cultural memoir chronicles her life-changing experiences in India and Sri Lanka, the struggle to produce the controversial Oscar®-nominated film, and the emergence of a deeper understanding between mother and daughter. This trade paperback edition features a reading group guide that includes an interview with the author and discussion questions. 16 black-and-white photos, maps.

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About Author

Devyani Saltzman is a Canadian author and daughter of film directors Paul Saltzman and Deepa Mehta. She is the writer of Shooting Water, a memoir, as well as articles for The Globe and Mail, Marie Claire and The Walrus Magazine. Her debut book Shooting Water (2005) was published in Canada, the US and India and received "starred reviews" in both Publisher's Weekly and the Library Journa and was calle Devyani Saltzman is a Canadian author and daughter of film directors Paul Saltzman and Deepa Mehta.

She is the writer of Shooting Water, a memoir, as well as articles for The Globe and Mail, Marie Claire and The Walrus Magazine. Her debut book Shooting Water (2005) was published in Canada, the US and India and received "starred reviews" in both Publisher's Weekly and the Library Journa and was called 'A poignant memoir' by the New York Times. Shooting Water is a memoir of a mother-daughter relationship that was rekindled during the filming of Water.

Touching on Saltzman's history with her mother and father, the book delves into her yearning for love and belonging. The majority of the book takes place between India and Sri Lanka Her freelance writing subjects include interviews with Pico Iyer, Sarah Polley, Floria Sigismondi and articles on India, long-term care facilities and immigrant domestic workers. Saltzman received her degree in Human Sciences from Hertford College at Oxford University in 2003.

She specialized in sociology and anthropology.

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