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The Film Adaptation of “Native Son” Is Coming, and It’ll Probably Win an Oscar. | Garage Brooklyn-based contemporary artist Rashid Johnson will bring a screenplay by Suzan-Lori Parks to life, with the help of "Moonlight" star Ashton Sanders.">The Film Adaptation of “Native Son” Is Coming, and It’ll Probably Win an Oscar. | Garage Brooklyn-based contemporary artist Rashid Johnson will bring a screenplay by Suzan-Lori Parks to life, with the help of "Moonlight" star Ashton Sanders.

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Brooklyn-based contemporary artist Rashid Johnson will bring a screenplay by Suzan-Lori Parks to life, with the help of "Moonlight" star Ashton Sanders.
The Film Adaptation of “Native Son” Is Coming, and It’ll Probably Win an Oscar. | Garage Brooklyn-based contemporary artist Rashid Johnson will bring a screenplay by Suzan-Lori Parks to life, with the help of "Moonlight" star Ashton Sanders." class="btn btn-sm btn-link"> Read More

Moonlight Director Barry Jenkins on What Scared Him Most About Making Such a Personal Film – Slate In advance of the Oscars this Sunday, where Moonlight is up for eight awards including Best Picture, we're reprinting this conversation from October 2016 between the film's writer-director Barry Jenkins and Slate's Aisha Harris.">Moonlight Director Barry Jenkins on What Scared Him Most About Making Such a Personal Film – Slate In advance of the Oscars this Sunday, where Moonlight is up for eight awards including Best Picture, we're reprinting this conversation from October 2016 between the film's writer-director Barry Jenkins and Slate's Aisha Harris.

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In advance of the Oscars this Sunday, where Moonlight is up for eight awards including Best Picture, we're reprinting this conversation from October 2016 between the film's writer-director Barry Jenkins and Slate's Aisha Harris.
Moonlight Director Barry Jenkins on What Scared Him Most About Making Such a Personal Film – Slate In advance of the Oscars this Sunday, where Moonlight is up for eight awards including Best Picture, we're reprinting this conversation from October 2016 between the film's writer-director Barry Jenkins and Slate's Aisha Harris." class="btn btn-sm btn-link"> Read More