Ava DuVernay's ARRAY film collective is hosting a massive tweet-a-thon on Thursday, April 30, with more than 50 filmmakers. View this post on Instagram I asked some of my fave film directors on @Twitter to hang with me and talk movies all day. They…
Ava DuVernay and ARRAY continue to fight for the artists that need them most. Just like their slogan claims, “Artists + Advocacy + Audiences Aligned.”
The Burial of Kojo is a stunning visual enunciation of African cinema that foregrounds the importance of maintaining and preserving cultural memory.
During her succession in the industry, DuVernay has been a vocal and staunch advocate for women and people of color in Hollywood.
France also shared with Kulture Hub her advice to aspiring filmmakers and documentarians.
With such a diverse and prestigious panel like this, how can a grant like this not push the culture forward?