Jovan Adepo, Juliana Canfield Starring as Abolitionists William and Ellen Craft in ‘Everlasting Yea!,’ Co-Directed by Lynn Nottage, Tony Gerber
Jovan Adepo, Juliana Canfield Starring as Abolitionists William and Ellen Craft in ‘Everlasting Yea!,’ Co-Directed by Lynn Nottage, Tony GerberWe are thrilled to announce that Emmy nominee Jovan Adepo and Juliana Canfield have signed on to star as abolitionists...
TAKEOVER Selected for AFI Fest 2021Takeover has been selected to screen at AFI Fest 2021! The screening will be followed by a Q&A with director Emma Francis-Snyder and editor Sebastián Díaz. Get your tickets here! CONTACT MARKET ROAD FILMS We will not consider...
Sister, the upstart studio from Elisabeth Murdoch, Jane Featherstone and Stacey Snider, has signed Market Road Films to a first-look film and TV deal.
“Caste is the bones, race is the skin. Race is what we can see, the physical traits that have been given arbitrary meaning and become shorthand for who a person is. Caste is the powerful infrastructure that holds each group in its place.” —Isabel Wilkerson
Lynn Nottage chose to share her Signature Theater residency with other artists rocked by 2020. The immersive result: “The Watering Hole.”
“Takeover” premiered this weekend at Tribeca Film Festival, with screenings at the AMC Magic Johnson 9 in Harlem and Soundview Park in the Bronx.
The Theater Hall of Fame has announced its 2021 inductees, including Market Road Films co-founder Lynn Nottage!
“Takeover” director Emma Francis-Snyder and Young Lord Cleo Silvers discuss the film on Good Morning Nueva York.
“Takeover” on All of It with Alison Stewart
“Takeover” director Emma Francis-Snyder joins Juan Gonzalez and Amy Goodman on Democracy Now! to discuss how she came to the story of the Young Lords’ takeover of Lincoln Hospital.