Their films—'The Forty-Year-Old Version' and 'Miss Juneteenth'—were recognized for their exceptional storytelling.
“The film acts as an archive of this family of Black artists that lived, survived, thrived and loved in New York,” says the award-winning director.
From wellness sessions, to all-access interviews with our favorite celebrities, our Blackness was on display — and it was beautiful.
"We have to, as Black women, continue to stand by each other. I don't know that I would've made this film if it wasn't for Lena," she says.