Director Dee Rees could become the first African-American woman to get nominated for an Oscar for Best Director

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Netflix's new movie "Mudbound" is a stirring and moving examination of race relations in 1940s America. It's director Dee Rees could become the first African-American woman to get nominated for an Oscar for Best Director. She talked to Fox 4's Shawn Edwards about the challenge to get the film made, why she chooses to work with so many women and the locations used on the film.

 

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