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.
The filmmaker’s attention to detail has certainly paid off as there is a level of authenticity that exudes out of the screen.
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?