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Arati Kadav, whose work was selected for the SXSW (South by Southwest) Film Festival, speaks about the silver lining around the sudden festival cancellations, living in a suddenly dystopian world, and spreading more sci-fi.
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The film recounts how medical staff and government officials came together to stop the spread of the dangerous Nipah virus in Kerala two summers ago.