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Winner of 3 Academy Awards® including Best Picture, from director Barry Jenkins and starring Naomie Harris, André Holland, Mahershala Ali, Janelle Monáe and Trevante Rhodes
Julia Holter covers Barbara Lewis' 'Hello Stranger'. 'Hello Stranger' appears on Julia Holter's 'Loud City Song'.
James Laxton reveals the secrets to his cinematography in this behind the scenes look at Moonlight.
The second feature from writer-director Barry Jenkins (Medicine for Melancholy) follows its young protagonist from childhood to adulthood as he navigates the dangers of drugs and violence in his depressed Florida neighbourhood, in addition to his complex love for his best friend.
Watch the live orchestra performance of the 8-time Oscar-nominated film, including Best Original Score. The sold–out screening at the historic Million Dollar Theatre in downtown Los Angeles featured accompaniment by the Wordless Music Orchestra, and was led by conductor Ryan McAdams and the score’s composer, Nicholas Britell.
A new film from director Anna Rose Holmer, known for her 2016 drama The Fits, captures a unique collaboration between New York’s Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater and Academy Award-nominated composer Nicholas Britell.
Choreographed by the theater’s artistic director Robert Battle, dancers Jamar Roberts, Christopher Taylor and Jeremy T. Villas play out a blue-lit movement to a euphoric score by Britell, the mind behind the soundtrack of the Golden Globe award-winning drama of the same name.
Based on the play “In Moonlight Black Boys Look Blue” by Tarell Alvin McCraney, the film tells the life story of a young man named Chiron (Trevante Rhodes) via three defining chapters of his life. Set in the 1980’s Miami during the height of Reagan’s War on Drugs, “Moonlight” follows Chiron as he comes of age, falls in love and discovers his own sexuality, all while learning to embrace his own vision of masculinity as characters float in and out of his life. The ensemble cast includes Naomie Harris (“Spectre”), André Holland (“The Knick”), Mahershala Ali (“The Curious Case of Benjamin Button”), Edson Jean (“War Dogs”), and soul/R&B singer Janelle Monaé in her debut film performance.