Barry Jenkins, Naomie Harris And Andre Holland Discuss Their Film, “Moonlight”

Join Barry Jenkins, Naomie Harris, and Andre Holland when they come to dish on their film, “Moonlight,” out in theaters on October 21. The movie follows the life of a young black man from childhood to adulthood as he struggles to find his place in the world while growing up in a rough neighborhood in Miami. Interview at AOL HQ in NYC for BUILD Series.


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Actress Naomie Harris was nominated for her first Academy Award, Best Supporting Actress, for her role in ‘Moonlight,’ in which she plays the drug-addicted mother of Chiron, a young man coming to terms with his sexuality as he grows up in the projects of Miami. In this wide-ranging interview, Harris reflects on her first-ever on-screen kiss — in a student film at age 21 — her lingering fear of the dark, and her childhood dreams of Michael Jackson rescuing her from schoolyard bullies.


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Harris used YouTube to research her role saying, “I felt through these clips I saw online that I got a real insight into those communities in those people’s lives.”

Naomie Harris (‘Moonlight’) is joined by 6 fellow actresses for The Hollywood Reporter’s Actress 2017 Oscars Roundtable including Taraji P. Henson (‘Hidden Figures’), Annette Bening (’20th Century Woman’), Natalie Portman (‘Jackie’), Emma Stone (‘La La Land’), Isabelle Huppert (‘Elle’), and Amy Adams (‘Arrival’ ‘Nocturnal Animals’).