Critically acclaimed films, restored classics, noteworthy films
Critically acclaimed films, restored classics, noteworthy films
Critically acclaimed films, restored classics, noteworthy films
Critically acclaimed films, restored classics, noteworthy films
Critically acclaimed films, restored classics, noteworthy films
Critically acclaimed films, restored classics, noteworthy films

MFS Q&A Interviews

Welcome to our collection of Q&A interview videos featuring informative conversations with producers, directors, actors and screenwriters  associated with the films screened by Malibu Film Society. 

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Q&A Interviews
Narcosis
Q&A Guests: director/co-screenwriter Martijn de Jong and actress Thekla Reuten.
December 1, 2022

Next up in the race for Best International Film comes from The Netherlands, the story of a young family that is hit by a tragedy they have to deal with it in their own unique (and and completely unexpected) way. This film ends up being far more than this simple storyline suggests, so we strongly recommend it!
The Woman King
Q&A with director Gina Prince-Bythewood, producer Cathy Schulman, film editor Terilyn Shropshire & actress Thuso Mbedu.
Complimentary popcorn, candy and sodas will be provided to all guests!
November 6, 2022

Viola Davis and John Boyega star in this historical epic inspired by true events that took place in the Kingdom of Dahomey -- one of the most powerful states of Africa in the 18th and 19th centuries.
Dimensions of Self
Q&A with director Matias Figueroa
November 6, 2022

Our next Best Short contender is described as "A must watch for every new New-Yorker, every old New-Yorker and every ex New-Yorker -- as much of a love letter to the city as it is a love letter to loneliness and the beauty in it, the stage where we perform every time we step outside our door, outside ourselves."
Triangle of Sadness
Q&A Guest: actress Dolly De Leon
November 5, 2022

The winner of this year's Palme D'Or at the Cannes Film Festival is described as "the perfect comedy for our times: the first English-language film from acclaimed Swedish director Ruben Ostlund, starring Woody Harrelson as a luxury yacht captain whose passengers and crew end up marooned on a desert island.
Oleg
Q&A Guest: producer Joan Borsten Vidov
November 4, 2022

Our first contender in the race for Best Documentary Feature is the incredible life story of one of the Soviet Union's most beloved actors (often compared to Robert Redford), only to be persecuted, blacklisted and pushed so far to the breaking point that he was ultimately forced to escape to the West -- where he ended up here in Malibu as he sought to achieve the American dream.
Eternal Spring
Q&A with director Jason Loftus
October 25, 2022

The first of our contenders in the race for Best International Film comes from Canada: a film that combines present-day footage with animation inspired by one of the real-life Chinese activists denounced by their government and subjected to human rights violations -- until they finally respond by executing a bold and perilous plan to hack into state television.
A Clockwork Orange
Q&A guest: actor Malcolm McDowell!
April 16, 2022

With 93% positives on Rotten Tomatoes and four Oscar nominations (for Best Picture, Best Director, Best Adapted Screenplay and Best Editing), A CLOCKWORK ORANGE remains one of the most original, daring, unique, and unquestionably memorable films of all time.
Belfast
Featuring a recorded Q&A with Oscar nominees Kenneth Branagh & Ciaran Hinds
March 18, 2022

Nominated for seven Academy Awards, including Best Picture, Best Director, Best Original Screenplay, and Best Supporting Actor! Producer/director/screenwriter Kenneth Branagh's touching take on his own childhood as The Troubles come to Northern Ireland.
Being the Ricardos
Q&A with actor J.K. Simmons
March 10, 2022

Phenomenal acting brings Aaron Sorkin's terrific script to life as it follows Lucy and Desi through a tumultuous week at the peak of their popularity, only to find themselves facing one crisis that could end their careers -- and another that could end their marriage.
The Lost Daughter
Q&A with director/screenwriter Maggie Gyllenhaal
March 5, 2022

With nominations for Best Actress (Olivia Colman), Best Supporting Actress (Jessie Buckley), and Best Adapted Screenplay, this story of a woman's beach vacation takes a dark turn when she begins to confront the troubles of her past.
Ala Kachuu - Take and Run
Q&A with director/screenwriter Maria Brendle
February 28, 2022

This year's nominee for Best Live Action short tells the story of a young woman in Kyrgyzstan desperately seeking a way out after being kidnapped for a forced marriage, threatened with social stigmatization and exclusion as she's torn between her desire for freedom and the constraints of her culture.
Spencer
Q&A Guest: Best Actress contender Kristen Stewart
January 28, 2022

As voting officially gets underway for this year's Oscar nominations, we open our Second Look Series with another Q&A screening of SPENCER: this time, with Kristen Stewart -- who will be joining us in person after the show!
Billie Eilish: The World's a Little Blurry
Q&A Guest: director RJ Cutler
January 21, 2022

An intimate look at the young singer-songwriter who's been taking the music industry by storm, navigating life on the road, on stage, and at home while creating the debut album for which she went on to win six Grammy Awards
Great Freedom
Q&A with director/screenwriter Sebastian Meise
January 21, 2022

This shortlisted title for Best International feature is set in postwar Germany, where the only constant in the life of a man repeatedly imprisoned for being homosexual is his cell mate, a convicted murderer -- and what starts out as revulsion gradually grows to something called love.
The Good Boss
Q&A with director/screenwriter Fernando Leon de Aranoa
January 20, 2022

This shortlisted contender for this year's Best International Feature (from Spain) stars Javier Bardem in this bitingly sarcastic dark comedy about the seemingly benevolent owner of a company whose hopes for a prestigious business honor are thwarted by a disgruntled former employee who launches a one-man campaign to prevent his ex-boss from winning that award.
Hive (streaming online)
Includes a Q&A with Executive Producer Elisabeth Moss
January 18, 2022

Kosovo's shortlisted entry for Best International Feature is based on the true story of a woman who sets up her own small business to provide for her family after her husband goes missing -- only to find a patriarchal society that does not support her, forcing her to make a crucial decision.
Playground
Q&A with director/screenwriter Laura Wandel and actress Maya Vanderbeque
January 17, 2022

Shortlisted for this year's Best International Feature (and the winner of this year's prestigious critics award at Cannes), this film from Belgium focuses on a young girl who rushes in to protect her brother from being bullied by other kids, only to have him insist that she remain silent -- leaving her caught in a conflict of loyalty, torn between children's and adult's worlds.
Lunana: A Yak in the Classroom
Q&A with director/screenwriter Pawo Choyning Dorji
December 8, 2021

Bhutan's official submission in the race for Best International Feature Film is the story of an aspiring singer living with his grandmother in the capital of Bhutan who dreams of getting a visa to move to Australia.
Luzzu
Q&A with director/screenwriter Alex Camilleri
December 7, 2021

Malta's official submission in the race for Best International Feature Film is the story of a man who risks everything to provide for his wife and newborn son by entering Malta's black-market fishing industry.
Holy Beasts
Q&A with actress Geraldine Chaplin and writers/directors Israel Cardenas and Laura Amelia Guzman
December 6, 2021

Geraldine Chaplin and Udo Kier star Dominican Republic's official submission in the race for Best International Feature Film in this campy sendup of a story about a fading actress who gathers with the remnants of her 70's social circle to shoot her last film.
Foscadh
Q&A with director Sean Breathnach
December 5, 2021

Ireland's official submission in the race for Best International Feature Film is the story of a recluse suddenly propelled into manhood when his over-protective parents pass away -- leaving him to navigate the choppy waters of trust, vengeance and romance when he inherits a plot of land that stands in the way of a lucrative development.
Escape from Mogadishu
Q&A with director/screenwriter Seung-wan Ryoo
December 4, 2021

South Korea's entry in the race for Best International Feature Film is based on the true story of diplomats from North and South Korea forced to join forces in a desperate bid for safety as the Somalia civil war erupts in the streets outside of their embassies.
The Last Forest
Q&A with director/screenwriter Luiz Bolognesi
December 3, 2021

Brazil's entry for Best Documentary Feature uses dense soundscapes along with powerful images which alternate between documentary observation and staged sequences to share the story of the Indigenous community of the Yanomami and their threatened natural environment in the Amazon rain forest.
Do Not Hesitate
Q&A with director Shariff Korver and actor Joes Brauers
December 2, 2021

As the year's Best International Feature Film contender from The Netherlands, this story of three young soldiers stranded in the scorching desert culminates in an encounter with a local boy -- an encounter that will mark their lives forever.
I'm Your Man
Q&A with director Maria Schrader
December 1, 2021

Germany's official entry in the race for Best International Feature Film is a romantic comedy with a sci-fi twist starring Maren Eggert as a research scientist who accepts an offer to participate in an extraordinary experiment: living with a humanoid robot (Dan Stevens of DOWNTON ABBEY) created to make her happy.
Oasis
Q&A with writer/director Ivan Ikic
November 30, 2021

As a film student, Ivan Ikic made a documentary about a state-run institution for developmentally disabled young adults, where he learned about a love triangle which ended horribly. 20 years later, he returned to that same facility, spent six months conducting an acting workshop for some of the special needs residents, then cast three of them in a film which recreates that tragic story. The result is Serbia's official entry in the race for Best International Feature.
Leave No Traces
Q&A with director Jan P. Matuszynski
November 28, 2021

Poland's entry in the race for this year's Best International Feature is based on the true story set in 1983 when the kidnapping of and brutal murder of a high school student by local police shook the communist nation to its core -- turning the only witness into the number one enemy of the state.
Private Desert
Q&A with producer/director/screen- writer Aly Muritiba and actors Antonio Saboia and Pedro Fasanaro
November 25, 2021

Brazil's official entry in the race for Best International Feature Film is the story of a police officer suspended from the force during an internal investigation, who ends up traveling thousands of miles to search for the woman he's fallen in love with on the internet -- and has suddenly disappeared.
The Intruder
Q&A with writer/director Natalia Meta
November 24, 2021

Argentina's official entry in the race for this year's Best International Feature Film tells the story of a young woman who begins to confuse herself between the real and the imaginary after suffering a traumatic episode during a trip with her partner.
Drunken Birds
Q&A with writer/director Ivan Grbovic
November 23, 2021

In Canada's official entry in the race for this year's Best International Feature Film, destinies intersect, moments of magic realism arise, worlds collide, and tensions swell amidst the long days of physical labor as a seasonal worker's quest to find his long-lost love takes him from Mexico all the way to Montreal.
Heliopolis
Q&A with writer/director Djaffar Gacem
November 21, 2021

This year's submission from Algeria in the race for this year's Best International Feature Film is based on the true story of a small village where the daily life of an Algerian family is upended when the end of World War II sparks demonstrations for independence from French colonial rule -- only to be brutally suppressed by the French army and settler militias.
Unclenching the Fists
Q&A with writer/director Kira Kovalenko
November 18, 2021

This year's Cannes Film Festival Award winner is also Russia's official entry in the race for this years Best International Feature Film, the story of a young woman in a former mining town struggling to escape the stifling hold of the family that she loves as much as she rejects.
Raya and the Last Dragon
Q&A Guests: producer Osnat Shurer, screenwriter Qui Nguyen, and directors Don Hall & Carlos Lopez Estrada
October 21, 2021

Our next entry in this year's race for Best Animated Feature is the story of a young warrior and her determined search to find the last dragon and save her entire civilization from an evil threatening to engulf the world.
One Night in Miami...
Featuring a *new* Q&A with Oscar nom- inated screenwriter Kemp Powers and Best Supporting Actor nominee Leslie Odom Jr (also nominated for Best Song)
April 14, 2021

ONE NIGHT IN MIAMI... is the fictional account of one incredible night where icons Muhammad Ali, Malcolm X, Sam Cooke, and Jim Brown gather to discuss their roles in the civil rights movement and cultural upheaval of the 60s.
The Letter Room
Q&A guests: Oscar-nominated director/screenwriter Elvira Lind and producer Sofia Sondervan.
April 10, 2021

Another of this year's nominees for Best Live Action Short, THE LETTER ROOM stars Oscar Isaac (INSIDE LLEWYN DAVIS, EX MACHINA, STAR WARS EP. VIII & IX) as a sympathetic corrections officer assigned to censor incoming letters to prisoners, only to find himself enmeshed in the personal lives of some of the inmates.
My Octopus Teacher
Q&A guest: Oscar-nominated filmmaker Pippa Ehrlich
April 7, 2021

Nominated for Best Documentary, MY OCTOPUS TEACHER features extraordinary footage of an environmental activist whose daily dives in the frigid waters off South Africa leads him to the den of an octopus, eventually winning the animal's trust as they develop a bond never seen before between human and sea creature.
A Love Song for Latasha
Q&A guest: Oscar-nominated director Sophia Nahli Allison
April 6, 2021

Nominated for Best Documentary Short, A LOVE SONG FOR LATASHA examines the injustice surrounding the shooting death of 15-year-old Latasha Harlins at a South Central Los Angeles store, which became a flashpoint for LA's 1992 riots.
Crip Camp
Q&A guests: Oscar nominees Nicole Newnham and James LeBrecht
April 1, 2021

Executive produced by Barack and Michelle Obama, Best Documentary nominee CRIP CAMP takes us back to the early 1970s, when a ramshackle summer camp for "handicapped" teenagers transformed into a freewheeling Utopia and sparked a movement which forever changed societal attitudes and acceptance -- eventually leading to passage of the Americans with Disabilities Act.
Collective
Guest host Ella Taylor moderates the Q&A with Best Documentary nominated director Alexander Nanau.
March 27, 2021

Nominated for Best International Film *and* Best Documentary, Romania's COLLECTIVE is an uncompromising look at investigative journalism at its best as a team of newspaper reporters uncover a vast health-care fraud that enriched moguls and politicians alike, leading to the unexpected deaths of victims whose burns after a night-club fire should have been easily treatable.
Land
Q&A with producer/director/actress Robin Wright and actor Demian Bichir
February 20, 2021

Robin Wright produced, directed and stars as a bereaved woman seeking out a new life, off the grid in Wyoming. Also starring Kim Dickens and Demian Bichir.
Palmer
Q&A with director Fisher Stevens and screenwriter Cheryl Guerriero
February 15, 2021

Justin Timberlake stars as an ex-convict who strikes up a friendship with a boy from a troubled home.
Let Them All Talk
Q&A with director Steven Soderbergh
February 14, 2021

Meryl Streep stars as a famous author who goes on a cruise with her friends (Candice Bergen, Dianne Wiest) and nephew (Lucas Hedges) in an effort to find fun and happiness while she comes to terms with her troubled past.
Funny Boy
Q&A with director Deepa Mehta
February 11, 2021

In the elegant upper class world of the Tamil minority in Sri Lanka, a young boy begins to express his homosexuality under the protection and guidance of a determined aunt, until she's forced to choose between her family and her love for a member of the lower-class Sinhalese majority -- a pattern repeated years later when her nephew is confronted by the same choice, at a time when ethnic tensions spill over into civil war.
Never Rarely Sometimes Always
Q&A with director/screenwriter Eliza Hittman and actress Sidney Flanigan launches 2/6 at 7:30
January 30, 2021

This year's winner of the Dramatic Special Jury Award at Sundance follows a pair of teenage girls as the travel from rural Pennsylvania to New York to seek medical help for an unintended pregnancy.
Greyhound
Q&A with director Aaron Schneider
January 26, 2021

Tom Hanks produced, wrote the screenplay and stars in GREYHOUND as an inexperienced US Naval commander forced to make his first Atlantic crossing, leading an Allied convoy being stalked by a German submarine "wolfpack" during the early months of World War II.
The United States vs. Billie Holiday
Q&A with director Lee Daniels and actors Andra Day and Trevante Rhodes
January 24, 2021

Director Lee Daniel's best film yet features Andra Day's unforgettable performance as the legendary singer, hounded by her government for giving voice to the early civil rights movement only to be betrayed by the men seeking to take advantage of her extraordinary talent -- and her love.
Promising Young Woman
Q&A with actress Carey Mulligan and producer/director/screenwriter Emerald Fennell
January 23, 2021

Carey Mulligan leads an all-star cast in the story of a young woman, traumatized by a tragic event in her past, who seeks out vengeance against those who cross her path.
Cherry
Q&A with directors Anthony and Joe Russo and screenwriters Jessica Goldberg and Angela Russo-Ostot
January 23, 2021

Brothers Anthony and Joe Russo directed the highest-grossing film of all time (AVENGERS: ENDGAME); now they're back with a smaller and much more personal film starring Tom Holland (SPIDER-MAN) as an army medic suffering from PTSD who becomes a serial bank robber after his addiction to drugs leaves him in serious debt.
Toorbos
Q&A with director/screenwriter Rene van Rooyen
January 21, 2021

South Africa's official entry in this year's race for Best Foreign Language Feature is the 1930's story of a young woman's struggle to stay true to herself as her community in South Africa's Knysna forest is slowly assimilated and their unique way of life comes to an end.
The Endless Trench
Q&A with directors Aitor Arregi, Jon Garano, and Jose Marin Goenaga
January 20, 2021

Spain's entry in this year's race for Best Foreign Language Film is a fictionalized account based on the real-life stories of political refugees marked for death during the Spanish Civil War who remained hidden inside their own homes -- enduring the emotional toll of endless isolation for more than 40 years.
Better Days
Q&A with director Derek Tsang
January 19, 2021

Hong Kong's entry in the race for Best Foreign Language Film is the extraordinarily moving story of a bullied teenager who forms an unexpected bond with a street thug who agrees to protect her -- all while she copes with the pressures of the national college entrance exams which determine the future for millions of students and their families.
Boys State
Q&A with directors Amanda McBaine and Jesse Moss
January 18, 2021

The winner of this year's Sundance Grand Jury Prize for Best Documentary Feature (and one of Barack Obama's personal favorites for 2020) follows what happens when a thousand 17-year-old boys from all across Texas participate in an exercise to create a mock government -- only to reveal some very uncomfortable truths about modern American politics.
Extracurricular
Q&A with director/writer Ivan-Goran Vitez
January 17, 2021

Croatia's submission for Best Foreign Language Feature submission is a broad satire focusing on the divorced father of a 9 year-old so angry that she can't spend her birthday with him that he shows up at her classroom with a cake...and a gun, prompting the local mayor, journalists, and police chief to milk the situation for their own advantage.
Acasa, My Home
Q&A with director Radu Ciorniciuc and Raluca Negulescu Balaci of UIPath Foundation
January 16, 2021

When a Bucharest-based investigative reporter started looking into plans to create a nature reserve on the site of an old landfill, he discovered a family of 11 living there -- who would then be relocated, forced to adapt to life in the big city. With no formal training, he decided to become a filmmaker on the spot -- spending the next four years making this highly acclaimed documentary.
Nova Lituania
Q&A with director Karolis Kaupinis
January 15, 2021

A surprisingly relevant satire about a professor's quixotic quest to convince his government to create a backup state overseas as the country faces invasion prior to World War II -- a story which draws some uncomfortable parallels to the current state of world politics.
Songs of Solomon
Q&A with direct Arman Nshanian launches
January 13, 2021

Armenia's official entry in this year's race for Best Foreign Language Feature, SONGS OF SOLOMON -- the story of a forbidden friendship between Turkish and Armenian children (including a young musical prodigy), leading to tragic consequences during the ethnic massacres which eventually resulted in the Armenian genocide.
River Tales
Q&A with director Julie Schroell
January 11, 2021

Against a backdrop of 500 years of disastrous colonization and exploitation, Nicaragua has suffered 72 failed attempts to turn the mythic San Juan River into a shortcut between the Atlantic and Pacific. When the latest effort prompts a local drama teacher and his students to stage a play protesting plans to create a new "Panama Canal," the teacher is forced to flee for his life.
The Crossing
Q&A with director Juliana Penaranda-Loftus, border minister Victor Bautista, and activist Gaby Arellano
January 10, 2021

The story of the Venezuelan humanitarian crisis and the small border city willing to help. When desperate refugees fleeing Venezuela are welcomed by a small Colombian border city, a political firestorm erupts. A moving portrait of conflict, suffering, generosity, and the ultimate power of the human spirit.
The Dissident
Q&A with Malibu Filmmaker Award-winning director Bryan Fogel
January 1, 2021

Three years ago, Malibu's Bryan Fogel won the Best Documentary Oscar for exposing decades of doping by Russia's Olympic athletes. Now, he takes on the Saudis with an investigation into the murder of Washington Post journalist Jamal Khashoggi -- which ends up exposing so much more.
Wolfwalkers
Q&A with directors Tomm Moore and Ross Stewart
December 31, 2020

The final film in the trilogy of modern Irish folk tales from the same team which brought us the uniquely beautiful animation style featured in THE SECRET OF KELLS and SONG OF THE SEA -- both of which were nominated for Academy Awards!
A State of Madness
Q&A with director Leticia Tonos
December 30, 2020

Based on the true story of the psychiatrist who took charge of the state-run mental hospital, revolutionizing patient care and pulling the facility out of horrific conditions straight out of the dark ages -- all while trying to save his patients (and himself) from the bloodiest dictatorship in the history of Latin America.
76 Days
Q&A with director Hao Wu
December 27, 2020

A raw and intimate cinema verite examination of the patients and frontline medical professionals battling the COVID-19 pandemic during the 76-day lockdown in Wuhan, China.
Blizzard of Souls
Q&A with director Dzintars Dreibergs, cinematographer Valdis Celmins, and composer Lolita Ritmanis
December 26, 2020

The true story of the heavily outnumbered volunteer force which held off the German advance during WWI, afterwards helping Latvia win its independence. Based on a novel by a young soldier who became a national hero, only to be executed by the Russians who then banned his book for 50 years.
Leap
Q&A with Director Peter Ho-sun Chan and actress Lydia Bai Lang
December 23, 2020

The true story of the four-decade journey by the women's national volleyball team, their individual struggles and collective commitment to Olympics gold. The cast includes ten of the real-life Olympic gold medalists from China's 2016 team -- plus Southern California's Lydia Bai (who plays her mother, famed player/coach Lang Ping).
Agnes Joy
Q&A with Director Silja Hauksdottir and actresses Katla Margret Thorgeirsdottir and Donna Cruz
December 22, 2020

A moving story of a woman burned out by a job she hates, an unhappy marriage, and a rebellious daughter -- only to have her life completely upended when a new neighbor shows up at their doorstep.
One Night in Miami...
Q&A with actors Kingsley Ben-Adir, Aldis Hodge & Leslie Odom Jr
December 13, 2020

With 97% positive critical reviews on Rotten Tomatoes, Oscar-winning Regina King's directorial debut is the fictional account of one incredible night where icons Muhammad Ali, Malcolm X, Sam Cooke, and Jim Brown gather to discuss their roles in the civil rights movement and cultural upheaval of the 60s.
I'm Your Woman
Q&A with director Julia Hart and Jordan Horowitz, who wrote the script together
December 11, 2020

Rachel Broshnahan (THE MARVELOUS MRS. MAISEL) stars in this 1970's crime drama about a woman forced to go on the run after her husband betrays his partners -- sending her and her baby on a dangerous journey.
Sound of Metal
Q&A with director/co-screenwriter Darius Marder
December 11, 2020

96% positive critical reviews on Rotten Tomatoes! Riz Ahmed (THE NIGHT OF) stars as a heavy-metal drummer whose life is thrown into freefall when he begins to lose his hearing. Also starring Olivia Cooke (ME AND EARL AND THE DYING GIRL) in this film by Darius Marder (THE PLACE BEYOND THE PINES).
Borat Subsequent Moviefilm
Q&A with director Jason Woliner, actress Maria Bakalova, and producer Monica Levinson
December 9, 2020

A satire on Trump's America that follows a Kazakh journalist (Sacha Baron Cohen) who is sent to America by his government to deliver a gift to Vice President Mike Pence. Along the way, his worldview is turned upside down and steadfast beliefs are challenged by his teenage daughter (Maria Bakalova). Rated R for pervasive strong crude and sexual content, graphic nudity, and language.
Herself
Q&A with actress/co-screenwriter Clare Dunne and director Phyllida Lloyd
December 9, 2020

Newcomer Clare Dunne co-wrote and stars in the story of a young mother who escapes her abusive husband and fights back against a broken housing system. Setting out to build her own home, in the process she re-discovers herself and ultimately rebuilds her life.
Time
Q&A with director Garrett Bradley
December 9, 2020

With 99% positive critical reviews on Rotten Tomatoes, this year's Sundance award-winning documentary explores the decades-long fight by activist and author Sibil Fox Richardson to free her husband, Robert, following his arrest for a robbery they both committed during a time of desperation. Richardson's intimate home videos help paint a mesmerizing portrait of the power of love to prevail over America's prison-industrial complex.
Palm Springs
Q&A with director Sam Barbakow & screenwriter Andy Siara
November 23, 2020

The breakout hit from the 2020 Sundance Film Festival stars Andy Samberg, Cristin Milioti and J.K. Simmons in this totally unique take on the "time loop" movie, which has racked up a truly impressive 94% "Certified Fresh" score on Rotten Tomatoes.
All In: The Fight for Democracy
Q&A with filmmakers Liz Garbus and Lisa Cortes
October 16, 2020

Oscar-nominated filmmaker Liz Garbus teams up with Emmy Award-winning documentarian Lisa Cortes to examine the history of (and current activism against) voter suppression -- a threat to basic civil rights that most people don't even know about.

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