Filmmaker | Teacher
Anuradha Rana’s work focuses on ideas of representation, identity, and varied perspectives in a global environment. Her award-winning films have screened internationally and she has produced, directed, and wielded camera on documentaries filmed in India, Ecuador, Japan, South Africa and the USA. She is in production on Language of Opportunity about cultural identity and immigrant aspirations, and Superdogs which explores the relationship between sled dogs and their mushers in the Upper-Midwest.
Anuradha is chair of the documentary program at the School of Cinematic Arts, DePaul University and is also the program coordinator for the Diverse Voices in Docs Fellowship at Kartemquin Films.