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Teddy Schwarzman to Keynote Script to Screen Summit in Toronto

Teddy Schwarzman to Keynote Script to Screen Summit in Toronto

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Mudbound, Based on Novel by Wellesley Alumna, Earns Four Oscar Nominations

Mudbound, Based on Novel by Wellesley Alumna, Earns Four Oscar Nominations

Jordan told Daily Shot writers she is thrilled about these nominations. “The filmmakers, cast, and crew put their hearts and souls into this film, and I could not be prouder of the result,” she said. “That Mudbound was directed, shot, edited, scored, and co-written by women only sweetens the well-deserved recognition.”

The Grammy Award-winner and actress says her role in Dee Rees’s film was an emotional breakthrough

The Grammy Award-winner and actress says her role in Dee Rees’s film was an emotional breakthrough

Hillary Jordan wuchs in Texas und Oklahoma auf. Sie studierte Anglistik, Politikwissenschaften und Kreatives Schreiben. Bevor sie anfing, Romane zu veröffentlichen, arbeitete sie viele Jahre als Werbetexterin. Ihr Debütroman »Mudbound – Die Tränen von Mississippi« wurde mehrfach ausgezeichnet und von der Presse hochgelobt. Sie lebt heute in Tivoli, New York.

The Senate is back from recess — and still at an impasse over stimulus

The Senate is back from recess — and still at an impasse over stimulus

Dee Rees’s heartbreaking historical drama Mudbound takes its central motif from its name. Mud is literally everywhere, heavy mud from unending rain that clings to people’s skin and clothing and buildings and never seems to wash away.

Greta Gerwig, Patty Jenkins and Dee Rees are among those excluded in key categories

Greta Gerwig, Patty Jenkins and Dee Rees are among those excluded in key categories

When the author of “Mudbound,” who is white, was writing the book, she said people cautioned against her writing black characters. It’s become a flash point for some — who gets to tell whose story. Did you think about that going in?

Dee Rees Brought a Flamethrower to the Indie Spirit Awards

Dee Rees Brought a Flamethrower to the Indie Spirit Awards

The conversation about rules and mediums of consumption is not significant. In fact, not only does it not matter, it gets in the way of access for a lot of people. To that end, it was nice to see a diverse group of nominees and winners at the Indie Spirit Awards this year. Rees addressed the issue directly in her speech:

In ‘Mudbound,’ Dee Rees crafts a Jim Crow epic of 2 families

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Mary J. Blige Is a Double Oscar Nominee for ‘Mudbound’

Mudbound also holds particular meaning for Morgan, who co-starred in Pariah. A native New Yorker, Morgan spent his childhood summers working in North Carolina tobacco fields. Hap, he said, is his tribute to his grandfather — a strong and selfless man devoted to his family.