For the first time in Sundance Film Festival’s 40 year history, this year’s top prize was awarded to a Black woman, Chinonye Chukwu. Chinonye both wrote and directed her film about the death penalty, “Clemency,” paving the way for future women of color in the film-making industry. Read more.
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