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Regina King On Movie Directorial Debut ‘One Night In Miami’: “The Time Is Now For This Film” — Venice Film Festival | Deadline

Regina King On Movie Directorial Debut ‘One Night In Miami’: “The Time Is Now For This Film” — Venice Film Festival | Deadline

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By Andreas Wiseman, Deadline

Emmy and Oscar-winning actress Regina King is in uncharted waters.

“I am so excited and anxious – all the different forms of that word,” King tells us about unveiling her feature directorial debut One Night In Miami.

“Pull up a thesaurus and look up the word anxious and I am all of those things. We haven’t had the opportunity for screenings because of the pandemic.”

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One Night In Miami, which debuts at the Venice Film Festival next week, charts a real meeting in the segregated South between iconic figures Cassius Clay (Eli Goree), Malcolm X (Kingsley Ben-Adir), Sam Cooke (Leslie Odom Jr) and Jim Brown (Aldis Hodge).

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