Yasmin Ahmad Remembered in Google Doodle (+Photo)
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Yasmin Ahmad, the famed film director from Malaysia, was remembered in a Google Doodle.
Ahmad, who died in July 2009 at the age of 51, won multiple awards for her films.
The doodle features Google’s logo and a drawing of Ahmad.
The logo is stylized in the typefact of the “Sepet” movie poster. “Sepet,” or slit eyes, was a 2004 movie directed by her, about a love story between a Chinese boy and a Malaysian girl.
Doodles often appear on Google’s homepage.