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Ava DuVernay

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    'Selma' and The Act of Listening on Film

    "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.

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    The 'Selma' Controversy: Why Historical Movies Can, and Should, Leave Things Out

    It's too bad "Selma's" critics don't read movies with anything like the attention they pay to history books.

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