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April Feb 11
I need to buy , written and directed by . It has 2 of the 3. Not saying which two. 😉
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Chinonye Chukwu Sep 15
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Latrice Ferguson Feb 2
So ecstatic for she’s so deserving and did the damn thing with
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Zebra Pegasus Prisoner Feb 2
is an example of how narrative fiction movies can inspire activism--it's rare that non-documentary cinema can be such a truthful tool for social justice, in this case the coming abolition of the death penalty in the USA.
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Ok Oct 2
First film for me was . A really powerful film about the effect of capital punishment not just on prisoners and families, but on the staff whose job it is to administer ‘the protocol’. An excellent film that is not afraid to make its audience uncomfortable.
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LaMonica Garrett Feb 2
takes home top honors at I can't say enough, so grateful to be a part of this film! Congrats to everyone involved. Director 👏🏾👏🏾👏🏾
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Nicholas Gonzalez Feb 6
Congrats to you !! Well deserved you lil bad ass!!
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vickster51 Oct 2
Well that was incredibly tough to watch, but such an important film. It certainly gives the audience plenty to think about
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John Churchill Feb 5
congrats to on winning the US dramatic competition at Sundance. such a powerful performance by and an incredibly moving film, i hope everyone gets a chance…
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Kim Mizrahi Feb 2
Disappointed to have missed Hope it’s released soon!
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Chinonye Chukwu Aug 13
🙌🏾🙌🏾🙌🏾 20 Indie Gems and Festival Favorites to See This Season, From ‘Parasite’ to ‘Clemency’ via
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April Feb 3
Congratulations to for winning ’s U.S. Grand Jury Prize: Dramatic and its amazing screenwriter and Director, !!
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Bailey Plumley Feb 2
I had the pleasure of meeting at one of her eye-opening lectures in late 2017. I believe she made me a better person and artist. Congratulations on the Sundance success of ! I can't wait to see it, and I know it is well deserved!
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Nicholas Gonzalez Feb 7
F’ an editing room, brother. I know how dangerous you are, 👊🏽
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liz cambron Mar 26
is a film you must see if you are in NYC this week. Everyone needs to see this film!!! Such an important, brutally honest, and masterful work. The writing !! Oh the writing!! Sooo good!!
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Dayo Olopade 🇳🇬🇺🇸🇬🇧 Feb 2
At the awards and all the coins are going to female directors !!! Maybe because 44% of selections were led by women. Shout to and .
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Chinonye Chukwu Sep 5
Fun news! On October 11th, will screen at this year’s , and and I will be there for a post-screening conversation! I’m really looking forward to this event - and being back in NY. 🙌🏾
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LaMonica Garrett Jan 24
If you're headed to check out Grateful to be a part of it 🙏🏾
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👻Boo Ghoullickson🧟‍♂️ Feb 2
is activism cinema at its finest. A truly empathic film that doesn’t take political sides just humanity’s. Alfre Woodard is profound in the silence.
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Neal Shact 6h
Director Chinonye Chukwu discuses her powerful and gripping movie Clemency at the . Great directing and acting with actress Alfre Woodard delivering an worthy performance
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