Director Barry Jenkins and playwright Tarell McCraney grew up in the same neighborhood in 1980s-era Miami. MOONLIGHT, based on an autobiographical story by McCraney, brought Jenkins back to his roots. And that return to his home turf has paid off: MOONLIGHT has been the toast of the festival circuit all this fall. This week, Adam's interview with Jenkins and actress Naomie Harris. Plus, quick reviews of two more new releases - Marvel's DOCTOR STRANGE and TOWER, a newly minted Golden Brick nominee that Adam calls one of the best films of the year.
0:00-1:06 - Billboard
1:06-23:46 - Interview: Barry Jenkins and Naomie Harris
23:46-36:51 - Review: "Moonlight"
Anderson .Paak, "Get 'Em Up"
37:59-48:40 - Notes / Polls
48:40-57:35 - Reviews: "Doctor Strange," "Tower"
Anderson .Paak, "The City"
58:33-1:08:28 - Donations
1:08:28-1:26:00 - Buñuel #3: "Death in the Garden"
1:26:00-1:29:02 - Close
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