Real Talk: Director Ava DuVernay & Omari Hardwick Talk About The Lack Of Black Love Stories

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November 12, 2012 ‐ By

Source: Uptown Magazine.com

Ava DuVernay, who’s directed films like I Will Follow and Middle of Nowhere recently spoke with Uptown Magazine, alongside actor Omari Hardwick. DuVernay, who became the first black woman to win Best Director at Sundance for Middle of Nowhere, chatted about the lack of black love stories for directors to study and learn from, what it’s like working with the fineness that is Omari Hardwick, (She didn’t mention his fineness, the two share a more brotherly/sisterly relationship.), and what she gets from each of the actors she works with.

See why Omari says he loves working with Ava and read the rest of the interview at Uptown Magazine.

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  • dbatt001

    White love- Ryan Gosling and Amy Adams in the notebook
    Black Love- Laquesha and Dayshawn (Aka. day day) arguing over child support

  • sammi_lu

    For the life of me I couldn’t think of his name last week, but he should have been on that ‘short brothers that can get it’ list (my words not MN’s) instead wasting clicks on Ray-J and Neyo. Omari is scrumdiddlyumptious!