On the October 11, 2020 episode of The Richard Crouse Show: This year is the 20th anniversary of Reelworld, a festival founded by my guest Tonya Williams, to showcase films, animation, shorts, music videos, industry panels and awards from racially diverse and indigenous filmmakers and media artists.
Missing this year are the parties and galas as ReelWorld has adapted to the pandemic and moved on line. The entire festival will be online – with live webinars from Oct. 14 to 19. They are also promoting www.accessreelworld.ca – which is now the largest national database for Canadian Black, Indigenous, People of Colour in the Creative Industries. Tonya Williams joins me from her home in Los Angeles.
Then, “Aladdin” star Mena Massoud joins me to talk about his new project, a book called “Evolving Vegan.”
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