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    Interview: 'Supremacy' Director Deon Taylor Talks Race, Horror, Working w/ Lela Rochon (PAFF ATL Premiere)

    In its 17th year of presenting films to the Atlanta community, PAFF is kicking off this year’s festival with actor and political activist Danny Glover in the Opening Night Atlanta Premiere of director Deon Taylor’s “Supremacy”

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    Deon Taylor’s Racially-Charged Thriller 'Supremacy' Picked Up by Well Go USA Ent. (Danny Glover, Joe Anderson Star)

    Director Deon Taylor’s suspense thriller "Supremacy," centers on any black family’s worst nightmare: being held hostage by an Aryan Brotherhood member just released from a 14-year prison stint.

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    LAFF Review: Director Deon Taylor Explores Real Life Racial Horror in 'Supremacy'

    Director Deon Taylor’s suspense thriller "Supremacy," centers on any black family’s worst nightmare: being held hostage by an Aryan Brotherhood member just released from a 14-year prison stint.

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    'Supremacy' Director Deon Taylor Talks Race, Horror, and Working With Lela Rochon (LAFF Premiere)

    Making its premiere tonight at the 20th Annual Los Angeles Film Festival, Deon Taylor’s dramatic thriller "Supremacy," is based on the true story of a recently-paroled white supremacist, who, after killing a cop, breaks into a black family’s home and takes them hostage.

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    Danny Glover, Evan Ross, Lela Rochon Are A Family Held Hostage By A White Supremacist In Trailer For 'Supremacy'

    Danny Glover, Evan Ross, Lela Rochon Are A Family Held Hostage By A White Supremacist In Trailer For 'Supremacy'

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    Steve Harris, Naturi Naughton, Lela Rochon Headline Regina King's 'Let The Church Say Amen'

    As we already know, Regina King will make her feature film directorial debut, adapting Reshonda Tate Billingsley's 2005 novel Let The Church Say Amen for BET.

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