police department Other features slated to play at Sundance include Matt Ruskin’s Crown Heights based on the true story of a Brooklyn man falsely convicted of murder and the fraternity-hazing drama Burning Sands starring Moonlight’s Trevante Rhodes and directed by Gerard McMurray an associate producer of Ryan Coogler’s 2013 Fruitvale StationFor now though those movies are just titles with names attached How will we feel at the end of 2017 after we’ve seen them The final months of 2016 have been a viper’s nest of anxiety accusations and posturing with comers from all sides Suddenly there’s a rift between white working-class Americans and those they view as condescending coastal liberals–or rather a rift has been steadily growing and too many were too slow to see it This divide hasn’t hit the world of movies at least not in any immediately visible way But the specter of white supremacy has to be on filmmakers’ minds How destructive a force will it be That’s a question no one can answer right nowThe way forward and perhaps the only way to avoid madness is to think less about people who would like to obstruct progress and more about pushing forward In late January 2016 in the wake of #OscarsSoWhite the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences made an official move to diversify: its goal was to double the number of women and minorities in its ranks by 2020 What’s more the Academy’s board instituted changes to the criteria used to determine members’ voting eligibility requiring each member’s status to be reviewed every 10 years In other words if you’re an old-timer who hasn’t been active in the industry for decades you’ll have to meet certain standards to maintain voting rightsThe Academy too long a petrified forest with numbingly predictable tastes needed to be modernized diversified and electrified and maybe these changes will help when it comes to honoring good work in the industry But what about the movies themselves Is there any way they can unify our cleft nation or are we doomed to a future of filmgoing tastes divided between so-called cultural elitism and populism Are we looking at a future of living inside one roiling angry comments sectionMaybe it’s useful or at least comforting to remember that movies aren’t always what we want them to be when we need them to be Today Sidney Lumet’s 1957 drama 12 Angry Men in which a jury holdout played by Henry Fonda tries to persuade his fellow jurors all white of an 18-year-old Puerto Rican boy’s innocence in the killing of his father is considered a classic of cherished liberal ideals But as Pauline Kael pointed out in an essay written over 50 years ago "Ask an educated American what he thought of 12 Angry Men and more likely than not he will reply ‘That movie made some good points’ or ‘It got some important ideas across’ His assumption" Kael writes "is that it carried these ideas which also happen to be his ideas to the masses Actually it didn’t: this tense ingenious juryroom melodrama was a 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bad trade deals his call on Tuesday for America to cut off much of its commerce with the rest of the world is at odds with his past optimism about international economic cooperation In the aftermath of the global financial crisis Trump wrote in 2013 said that businesses could work in a more unified world Trump advocated for “global unity” and abandoning borders “We will have to leave borders behind and go for global unity when it comes to financial stability” Trump wrote “The near meltdown we experienced a few years ago made it clear that our economic health depended on dependence on each other to do the right thing” he wrote “We are now closer to having an economic community in the best sense of the termwe work with each other for the benefit of all” He wrote that Europe presented a good investment option for American businesses “Europe is a terrific place for investment” Trump wrote “I am proud to have built a great golf course in Scotland after searching throughout Europe for five 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have to take the unpopular stance that it is not always a terrible thing” Trump has spoken in the past about how Americans are getting “ripped off” by foreign countries and bad trade negotiations but he has built much of his financial empire through international brands that rely on foreign labor Much of Trump-branded products including his suits ties light fixtures furniture picture frames and other business lines are made overseas The Clinton campaign has repeatedly attacked Trump for moving jobs abroad It has become a key pillar of their campaign: that Trump has hurt American workers through his businesses practices in particular by moving jobs overseas “He’s been a hypocrite when it comes to talking about made in America and then outsourcing jobs” Sen Sherrod Brown of Ohio a prominent Clinton ally said on a conference call with reporters on Tuesday “The reality is Donald Trump lines his pockets at expense of American workers period” Trump said in 2005 that business often need to 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