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'Detroit' Breakout Algee Smith On Michigan Mayhem & Kathryn Bigelow: "A Leader That's Not Afraid To Trust"
Anyone who has worked with Kathryn Bigelow knows her vision, her ambition and her facts-first approach to epic American stories. The director’s oeuvre is filled with war stories of different shades, Detroit being the latest—and Algee Smith found himself amongst a batch of new recruits on the film, facing the horrors of race-related police brutality during the 1967 Algiers Motel incident in the titular Michigan city, a reality the actor had never himself experienced. 1,892 more words
'Detroit' Team Talks Dealing With Film's "Emotionally Testing Material" In Pursuit Of Greater Goal - The Contenders Video
Kathryn Bigelow’s Detroit can be a difficult film to watch and was surely a difficult film to make. But her reasons for taking on the biographical drama of the 1967 Detroit race riots were always clear, allowing her to persist while wading through emotionally difficult terrain. 190 more words
When it comes to addictions, I’m sure we’ve all heard how horrible and difficult they can be. I’m not here to downplay their seriousness, either. Be it drugs, alcohol or anything else, addictions are real and troubling illness that need to be dealt with. 1,981 more words
Annapurna’s “Detroit” is being re-released in theaters today, Dec. 1, and awards screeners were recently sent out. The film was written by Mark Boal and directed by Kathryn Bigelow, their third collaboration after “Hurt Locker” (in which both won Oscars, with the film named best picture) and “Zero Dark Thirty.” In an email to… 564 more words