I got a chance to sit down with the first African-Ameican woman to be nominated for a Golden Globe for directing. We talked about her now Golden Globe nominated film Selma. Here is an except of what she had to say.
Ava DuVernay talking about her Golden Globe nominated film Selma
Faces and Places
Tags: Alessandro Nivola, Ava DuVernay, Carmen Ejogo, Common, Corretta Scott-King, Cuba Gooding Jr., David Oyelowo, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr, Giovanni Ribisi, John Lewis, Lorraine Toussaint, Oprah Winfrey as "Annie Lee Cooper", Selma, Tim Roth, Tom WilkinsonBy reggieponder in Commentary, interviews, News on .
Reggie Ponder, The Reel Critic, talks Summer Movies on Central Time Continue reading →
There are a lot of things to like about this new installment of the Guardians. The characters, the dialogue, the action, the relationships but the…
The issue of Hollywood so White has been a constant issue across decades. Now and again there are these moments when Black films and actors…
La La Land is the darling of Hollywood with 14 Oscar nominations. Will La La Land walk away a big winner? I discuss the potential…