Disney Strikes Magic with First African-American Female Directed-film: A Wrinkle in Time

“A Wrinkle in Time,” is the first film directed by a black woman with a 100 million dollar budget. That black woman’s name is Ava Duvernay, and she created an excellent film about the power of believing in one’s self. “A Wrinkle in Time,” based off the novel of the same name, is a film that captures the beauty of existing; that everyone is capable of believing and making the world a better place, but it is ultimately up to you to make that choice.

Meg, played by Storm Reid, is a precocious middle schooler struggling to find her place in the world after her father’s disappearance, and her struggle is reflected in her journey to find her father. Luckily, she has the help of her little brother Charles Wallace and her friend Calvin to be with her every step of the way. Meg…

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