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INTERVIEW: Barry Jenkins on being an active ally, who he’s influenced by and the ensemble of MOONLIGHT

I recently sat down for a conversation with writer/director Barry Jenkins to talk about his extraordinary new film Moonlight. The film tells the story of a largely under-represented section of society – queer African-American males. In this interview, we discuss the film, what it means to be an active ally, his cinematic influences, and his incredible ensemble cast. READ: Review: ‘Moonlight’ ...

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Telluride Review Roundup: Moonlight, Bleed for This, Manchester by the Sea

Three major Oscar contenders hit Telluride this weekend; Moonlight, Bleed for This and Manchester by the Sea. The first two were seen for the first time, Manchester debuted earlier this year at Sundance. To say the reviews for A24’s Moonlight are rapturous would be an understatement. As of this writing, the film holds on to a perfect 100 score on ...

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43rd Telluride Film Festival Lands Manchester, Moonlight and Sully

Unlike most film festivals that announce their lineups sometimes months in advance, the Telluride Film Festival is unique in that it announces theirs just a day before it begins. There’s always a lot of gossip and intel as to what’s going to be there but the final list always has a surprise or two. It’s also a festival that only ...

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