The Super Models

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The Super Models

The Super Models

The Super Models reunites four ’90s fashion icons

The four-part Apple TV+ documentary series The Super Models is a long-overdue deep dive into a fabulous chapter of fashion history that wasn’t always what it seemed.

Directed by Roger Ross Williams and Larissa Bills, The Super Models reunites supermodels Naomi Campbell, Cindy Crawford, Linda Evangelista, and Christy Turlington, reflecting on their careers and the challenges faced throughout them. In particular, the series focuses on how these women dominated their field and took control of their careers, changing their roles in the industry and wielding their popularity in order to become activists and philanthropists.

The Super Models premieres Sept. 20 on Apple TV+.

Stamped from the Beginning has world premiere at TIFF

Part of the Official Selection at the 2023 Toronto International Film Festival, Stamped from the Beginning premiered to a warm reception and minutes of standing ovation!

Inspired by the book of the same name by Dr. Ibram X. Kendi, director/producer Roger Ross Williams’ Stamped From the Beginning explores the history of anti-Black ideas in a way that helps us grapple with present-day racism.

RRW: “We are forever grateful to TIFF and our dream team of incredible creatives and thinkers for the heart and unflinching dedication they poured into crafting this necessary work.”

“Stamped From the Beginning makes the past come alive in a way that’s vital in order to grapple with the present,” says Thom Powers, documentary programmer at the Toronto International Film Festival.

Stamped From the Beginning will be available internationally on Netflix on November 15th, 2023.

The LA Times: “You’re about to hear a lot about Roger Ross Williams. He’s ready for his moment.”

“I’m so grateful to be in the position I am in this business, to be able to create series, documentary features, now scripted narrative features — to be able to do it all,” he says. “That’s a privilege, and I want to extend that privilege to everyone like me. I want them all to have the same opportunities that I have.”

Read Jen Yamato’s full article with photos by Justin Jun Lee at The LA Times

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