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Filmmaker Mike Perrone’s ‘Kurt’ Provides a Harsh Inner Look into the Fashion Industry

June 9, 2019
ATM: Explain the viewpoint of your film Kurt from the perspective of a person who only knows the basics about the
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Filmmaker Philip Youmans ‘Burning Cane’ Explores Religion in the Black Culture

June 9, 2019
ATM: In black Christian communities, you find it hard with sacrileges individuals to reconcile or not judge people. It the belief
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London Filmmaker Monique Needham’s CASHPOINT to Display the Reality of Online Dating

June 9, 2019
ATM: Why do you believe the female character picks the guy? MN: It is because she is trying new things. The
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Filmmaker Daniel Karslake on ‘For They Know Not What They Do’ & more

May 9, 2019
The recently premiered film at Tribeca, For They Know Not What They Do explores the sexual identity in relation to the judgment
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Director Colin West McDonald Talks ‘Here & Beyond’ + Time and Perception

May 8, 2019
ATM: Time does not actually exist. I am going to tell you why. When you think back on your memories, your
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Amal Ramsis on ‘You Come from Far Away’ & The Erasure of Arabian and Negro Roots

May 6, 2019
In the film, You Come from Far Away, Egyptian Filmmaker Amal Ramsis tells the story of a family who was separated
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Filmmaker Danny Arroyo on his latest project ‘Socio’ + Human Behavior & Theory

April 30, 2019
ATM: What went through your mind when receiving the Director of Entertainment Partnerships & Co-Productions & The Acquisition title for the
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Director Eva Husson on ‘Girls of the Sun’ & The Truth on American and French Feminism

April 24, 2019
ATM: What powerful dynamics do you see in the female lead character? EH: You rarely see a film leader onscreen in
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Director Justin O’Neal Miller Speaks on the Film ‘Peggy,” America’s Birthday Culture, and Astrology

April 23, 2019
ATM: Today, for America, the standard for the birthday culture has gotten very commercialized. In the sense that it is not
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Director Monique Sorgen on America’s Marriage Culture and new film ‘Sorry, Not Sorry’

April 18, 2019
ATM: In America, the prevalence of marriage has changed. Before it was the expected thing when two people express romantic feelings