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“We Decided to Start Editing from Scratch”: Co-Writer/Editor Don Bernier on Always in Season

Always in Season

For her feature debut, Jacqueline Olive examines the death of Lennon Lacy, a black 17-year-old who was found hanging from a swing set in his North Carolina home town. Though his death was quickly ruled a suicide by the authorities,…  Read more

By Feb 1, 2019

“Either There is a Film or There is None. We Chose the Former”: Director Kirill Mikhanovsky | Give Me Liberty

Lauren Spencer, Maksim Stoianov and Chris Galust in Give Me Liberty (courtesy of Sundance Institute)

Whenever directors watch their own films, they always do so with the knowledge that there are moments that occurred during their production — whether that’s in the financing and development or shooting or post — that required incredible ingenuity, skill,…  Read more

By Feb 1, 2019

“The Balanced Amount of Male and Female Crew Working Together”: Directors Bert&Bertie | Troop Zero

Allison Janney and Viola Davis in Troop Zero (photo by Curtis Baker)

Whenever directors watch their own films, they always do so with the knowledge that there are moments that occurred during their production — whether that’s in the financing and development or shooting or post — that required incredible ingenuity, skill,…  Read more

By Feb 1, 2019

“The Miracle of Securing the Prison Location”: Director Laure de Clermont-Tonnerre | The Mustang

Matthias Schoenaerts in The Mustang (courtesy of Sundance Institute)

Whenever directors watch their own films, they always do so with the knowledge that there are moments that occurred during their production — whether that’s in the financing and development or shooting or post — that required incredible ingenuity, skill,…  Read more

By Jan 31, 2019


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