Interview with I Too Have a Name director Suba Sivakumaran

London Feminist Film Festival

Suba Sivakumaran is an emerging Sri Lankan director. Suba grew up in five different countries and currently resides in the USA. Her directorial debut I Too Have a Name (Enakkum Oru Per) will celebrate its UK PREMIERE at the London Feminist Film Festival on Sunday 2 December 2012 at 4.00 pm as part of the MEMORIES screening.

We have just heard that one of the film’s leads, Nimmi Harasgama, will be able to join Jill Daniels, director of The Border Crossing, for a panel discussion following the screening. Suba however will not be able to join us for the festival, so we spoke to her in the run up to the festival to discuss her film and its premiere at this year’s Berlinale.

I Too Have a Name is your first film as a writer and director. What
is your background and how did you get into the film industry?

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