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The Soul that Remains

Marin Ireland in Light From Light

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By Sep 4, 2019

Made For These Times

Hans Löw in In My Room

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By Sep 4, 2019

An Objective Subjectivity: Julius Onah and J.C. Lee on Adapting Luce, Code-Switching and Frantz Fanon

Octavia Spencer, Kelvin Harrison Jr. and Naomi Watts in Luce (Photo by Jon Pack)

Julius Onah’s Luce follows the story of Luce (Kelvin Harrison Jr.), a Black 17-year-old prodigy. Adopted at a young age from a war-torn country by two Caucasian parents, this straight-A valedictorian and all-star athlete is deemed perfect by everyone. After…  Read more

By Aug 2, 2019

Jennifer Kent on Shooting The Nightingale One-Camera, Contractually Obligated Aspect Ratios and Directing from A Handheld Monitor

Baykali Ganambarr and Jennifer Kent on the set of The Nightingale (Photo by Mark Rogers)

Australian filmmaker Jennifer Kent’s first two movies present different parental nightmares. In The Babadook, a mother’s fear that she doesn’t love her son manifests itself in the form of the titular monster. In her latest, The Nightingale, a young woman…  Read more

By Aug 2, 2019


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