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’s Dee Rees Returns to Netflix for a Joan Didion Adaptation
And this time, her lead will be Anne Hathaway.
40 Essential Lesbian Romance Films
In honor of
premieres, here are 40 of the most heart-wrenching lesbian love stories of all time.
Dee Rees on Writing Racist Jokes and Directing Mary J. Blige
“If you’ve ever been at one of her concerts, it’s like a therapy session with 30,000 people.”
Is a Sprawling, Engrossing Southern Epic
It feels like a movie-length binge-watch, which makes its home on Netflix peculiarly appropriate.
Watch the Trailer for
, Dee Rees’s Southern Epic That Stunned Sundance
Premiering on Netflix November 17.
Dee Rees on Being a Black Director in Hollywood: ‘It’s Not a Meritocracy’
Netflix will release Rees’s
on November 17.
Such a Sundance Hit?
Hillary Jordan’s 2009 novel takes on a whole new life.
Is a Lyrical, Low-Key Classic
It’s an earthy portrait of two families in the postwar South.