Tre'vell Anderson

Tre’vell Anderson is a film reporter with the Los Angeles Times covering the intersections of diversity and Hollywood with a focus on black and queer film. A sociology graduate from the nation’s headquarters for black male excellence, Morehouse College in Atlanta, he also received his master’s in journalism from Stanford University. When he’s not tweeting through his Twitter addiction you can find him jamming to Fantasia’s latest album or indulging his inner Southern belle with food that reminds him of home, Charleston, S.C.
TIFF adds 'Homecoming' and 'Sorry For Your Loss' to programming lineup

The September festival announced more additions to its 2018 festival lineup including projects starring Julia Roberts and Elizabeth Olsen.

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How Jordana Spiro and Angelica Nwandu achieved 'Night Comes On's' authenticity

Jordana Spiro, who is white, wrote and directed "Night Comes On" about two black girls and the foster care system. Her secret to authenticity was Angelica Nwandu.