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Natatcha Estebanez, 45; tapped heritage for films

By Bryan Marquard
Globe Staff / March 19, 2007

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Drawing deep from a reservoir of personal experience with family and culture, Natatcha Estebanez set out in the mid-1990s to put something very real about the Latino immigrant experience onto the movie screen. "The Blue Diner," which she produced and co-wrote, became an award-winning independent film six years later. (Full article: 1118 words)

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