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Director Ritu Sarin on challenges and triumphs of representing Tibet in Cinema

Director Ritu Sarin discusses her latest effort, The Sweet Requiem, which chronicles one young woman’s experience as she processes the aftermath of escaping Chinese-occupied Tibet.

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Dumplin’ Author Julie Murphy On the Journey from Page to Screen

As Netflix’s adaptation of her bestselling novel Dumplin’ makes its debut, Murphy talks to FF2 Media about the experience of seeing her passion project reinterpreted onscreen.

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A political firebrand gets his closeup in Toby Perl Freilich’s ‘Moynihan’

15 years after Moynihan’s death, directors Toby Perl Freilich and Joseph Dorman released Moynihan, a comprehensive and incisive documentary chronicling the life and career of the Washington fixture. Here, Freilich talks to FF2 about digging into Moynihan’s past, revisiting his polemic work, and fighting to preserve his legacy.

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Marley Clements and Laura DuBois sound a political alarm in ‘Active Measures’

What makes The Year of Spectacular Men so special is the fact that the film stars a real-life Hollywood family, Madelyn “Maddie” Deutch, Zoey Deutch and their mother Lea Thompson, all of whom took major roles behind the camera for the first time.

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