RaMell Ross, director/cinematographer of the Oscar-nominated Hale County This Morning, This Evening Photo: Anne-Katrin Titze
RaMell Ross, director/cinematographer of the Oscar-nominated documentary Hale County This Morning, This Evening will participate in a Film at Lincoln Center free virtual conversation moderated by Time director Garrett Bradley on June 24, starting at 6:00pm (EDT). Hale County This Morning, This Evening has an impressive producing team with Joslyn Barnes and Danny Glover of Louverture Films (Nadine Labaki’s Capernaum, Lucrecia Martel's Zama, Apichatpong Weerasethakul's Cemetery Of Splendor, Uncle Boonmee Who Can Recall His Past Lives) to Laura Poitras (Citizenfour) and Charlotte Cook of Field of Vision, Susan Rockefeller (Oceana), Tony Tabatznik, Lynda Weinman, Su Kim, and co-writer Maya Krinsky.
RaMell Ross's subjects Daniel Collins and Quincy Bryant, a scene with Bert Williams from Edwin Middleton and T. Hayes Hunter's Lime Kiln Club Field Day (1913), the atmosphere of the local community in Hale County, Alabama, thunderstorms, starlit night skies, thought-provoking intertitles such as "What happens when all the cotton is picked?" - the filmmaker with the eye of a photographer captures a look in his début feature Hale County This Morning, This Evening that is unlike any other.
Film at Lincoln Center has a free online limited-time engagement of Hale County This Morning, This Evening through Thursday, June 25.