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Film Credits —
- Grace Lee Director/Producer
- Marjan Safinia Director/Producer
- Jyoti Sarda Producer
About the Film —
Critical Acclaim —
“And She Could Be Next, made by a team of women filmmakers of color, asks whether democracy itself can be preserved—and made stronger—by those most marginalized.”— Laura Berger, Women and Hollywood