Adele Romanski

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Moonlight  is making its mark in the awards race with a Golden Globes win for Best Motion Picture Drama, as well as nominations from the Producers Guild and Directors Guild.

Barry Jenkins and Adele Romanski: Moonlight

Moonlight is making its mark in the awards race with a Golden Globes win for Best Motion Picture Drama, as well as nominations from the Producers Guild and Directors Guild.

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The new movie Moonlight tells the story of Chiron, who grows up black, poor and gay in Miami.

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The new movie Moonlight tells the story of Chiron, who grows up black, poor and gay in Miami.

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