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Newswire: Ava DuVernay directs short film in honor of national African-American history museum

According to Deadline, Ava DuVernay has been quietly working on a short film that’s set to debut this Saturday. In other words: She pulled a cinematic Beyoncé. But the Selma director’s latest project won’t be available in movie theaters. It was actually commissioned as an “orientation film” by the Smithsonian’s new National Museum Of African American History And Culture.
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