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“Lisa France walks us through her journey to become a Director”

“Meet the three queer women who directed all of ‘Queen Sugar’ this season”

“Meet the 42 Women Directors of ‘Queen Sugar’ and How They’re Taking Over Hollywood”

“Ava DuVernay Ushers Lisa France’s Unifying Doc ‘Roll With Me’ To Select Theaters And Netflix “
Gabriel Cordell discusses his journey in the new documentary ‘Roll with Me’

Lisa France on the Importance of the LGTBQ+ Sisterhood”

‘Roll with Me’ chronicles LIer’s wheelchair journey across America
Slamdance: ‘Roll With Me’ by Lisa France by Peter Belsito ”

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“25 Days of Bingemas, Day 14: ‘Merry Kiss Cam’ “
“Queen Sugar Director Lisa France on Big Drama & Surprises for Season 6! “

“Pic nommed for IFP’s John Cassavetes Award”

Castaic man takes journey across the country in new documentary ‘Roll With Me’
“Jan Chats with Filmmaker Lisa France about THE UNSEEN” “
‘Roll With Me’ documents a seemingly impossible challenge
Merry Kiss Cam star Jesse Bradford talks about working with director Lisa France on hockey Christmas romp on Hulu ”
This Man Spent 99 Days Rolling His Wheelchair From Santa Monica To New York
‘Roll With Me’ star Gabriel Cordell on his inspiring journey across America
Ava DuVernay’s ARRAY Brings Documentary About Paraplegic Cross-Country Traveler, ‘Roll With Me,’ To Netflix
“Queen Sugar’ director Lisa France on a ‘miraculous’ season revamped to address COVID-19 and Black Lives Matter”
“Roll with Me” avoids the tropes that narratives about people with disabilities often offer, instead giving a fully developed picture of a man…” “
“Gabriel Cordell tells SalonTV’s D. Watkins about his momentous trip to become the first person to roll an unmodified wheelchair across America directed by Lisa France ’ “
Roll with Me, which screened at the recent Slamdance Film Festival, is a feature docu that centers on Gabriel Cordell, who, in 1992, was involved in a traffic accident that left him without the use of his legs.
“Its portrayal of a blossoming creative mind makes it a multicultural descendant of Lorraine Hansbury’s “To Be Young, Gifted and Black.” “
Imbued with street sense yet made with family-friendly limits on harsh language and violence, “Anne B. Real” is both a shamelessly contrived and unalterably sincere portrait of a high school girl who writes rap poetry in her Bronx ‘hood.
““Roll With Me” Film Review: A Transcendent Journey That Touches Everyone Along The way” “
‘Queen Sugar’ director Lisa France Walks Us Through Her Journey to Becoming a Director

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