In one of the more powerful films at the upcoming Los Angeles Film Festival, the racially-charged drama “Supremacy” will make its world premiere.
The movie headlines Danny Glover and Joe Anderson in this indie feature, which is based on a true story about a recently-paroled white supremacist taking a black family hostage after killing a police officer.
Other members in this powerful cast included Dawn Oliveri, Derek Luke, Lela Rochon and Mahershala Ali.
Latino-Review had an exclusive phone interview with director Deon Taylor before the festival. We discussed many different topics, including the true story, racial themes, humanization and putting the entire production together.
“Supremacy” will premiere tomorrow at the Los Angeles Film Festival’s L.A. MUSE section, films by up-and-coming filmmakers that take place, filmed or inspired by the city of Los Angeles. For tickets, visit www.lafilmfest.com.