What really happened to "Selma" at the Oscars? It's not what you think.
"Selma" never feels like an ossified historical movie, and a large part of it comes from Ava DuVernay's focus on people listening rather than speaking.
"Everyone sees history through their own lens," said DuVernay.
In this exclusive featurette, Ava DuVernay shows us just how much fun she had while also making great cinema.
The big question on "Selma," which opened well on Christmas Day, is what took so long?