Eric Branco | I AM Clemency

#SundanceMasters Eric Branco is the Director of Photography of Sundance Grand Jury Winning film Clemency directed by Chinonye Chukwu— the first African-American female director to win the award. Branco discusses his creative collaboration with Chukwu and how he brought her vision to life by using a character-driven approach.

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Justin Chon: I AM Ms. Purple

#SundanceMasters Justin Chon is one of Sundance’s favourite directors. His second feature Gook premiered to critical acclaim, winning the Sundance Audience Award in 2017. Chon discusses his latest film Ms. Purple and his rise from Twilight actor to bonafide auteur.

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Miranda Tapsell: Top End Wedding

#SundanceMasters Miranda Tapsell is the Producer, Writer and lead Actor in Sundance premiere romantic comedy Top End Wedding, directed by Australian director Wayne Blair of The Sapphires (2012). Tapsell is one of only a handful of female indigenous writer/actors in Australia and she’s ready to the screen on fire.

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Women Breaking Barriers: Where Are We Now?

#SundanceMasters The Hollywood Foreign Press Association (HFPA) hosted the “Women Breaking Barriers: Where Are We Now?” panel at the 2019 Sundance Film Festival featuring Kyra Sedgwick, Octavia Spencer, Jenna Elfman, and Cassian Elwes.

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Sundance Winners to Watch in 2019

#SundanceMasters Sundance 2019 featured 121 feature films with 46% in competition directed by women. Meet the winners of Sundance and the next Masters of Film. Clemency directed by Chinonye Chukwu took out the Sundance Grand Jury Prize.

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I AM Ryan Coogler: Masterclass

Celebrating Black Panther’s Best Picture Academy Award Nomination: Multiple award-winning director of modern black cinema Ryan Coogler took centre-stage for an exclusive “Rendez-vous” Masterclass event celebrating his career at the Festival de Cannes this year.

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I AM Alfonso Cuarón: Roma

Roma is Alfonso Cuarón’s next masterpiece, following his Academy Award-winning blockbuster Gravity, which won this year’s Venice Film Festival’s Golden Lion.

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