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Zola  2020
Director:  Janicza Bravo
Producer:
  Christine Vachon, David Hinojosa, Vince Jolivette, Elizabeth Haggard, Dave Franco, Gia Walsh and Kara Baker
Art Director:
  Stephen I. Erdberg
Editor:
  Joi McMillon
Music:
  Mica Levi
Screenplay:
  Janicza Bravo, based on the magazine article Zola Tells All: The Real Story Behind The Greatest Stripper Saga Ever Tweeted by David Kushner, based on the tweets by A’Ziah King, written by Janicza Bravo and Jeremy O. Harris
Director of Photography:
  Ari Wegner
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Cast:
spacer1 Taylour Paige
spacer1 Riley Keough
spacer1 Nicholas Braun
spacer1 Colman Domingo
spacer1 Megan Hayes
spacer1 Angelo Diaz
spacer1 Michael Opal
spacer1 Ben Bladon
spacer1 Ari’el Stachel
spacer1 Tony Demil
spacer1 Harlan Drum
spacer1 Pedro Tavarez Jr.
spacer1 Taylour Paige spacer1 Riley Keough spacer1 Nicholas Braun
spacer1 Colman Domingo spacer1 Megan Hayes spacer1 Angelo Diaz
spacer1 Michael Opal spacer1 Ben Bladon spacer1 Ari’el Stachel
spacer1 Tony Demil spacer1 Harlan Drum spacer1 Pedro Tavarez Jr.
spacer1 Taylour Paige spacer1 Riley Keough
spacer1 Nicholas Braun spacer1 Colman Domingo
spacer1 Megan Hayes spacer1 Angelo Diaz
spacer1 Michael Opal spacer1 Ben Bladon
spacer1 Ari’el Stachel spacer1 Tony Demil
spacer1 Harlan Drum spacer1 Pedro Tavarez Jr.

Synopsis:
You wanna hear a story about why me & this bitch here fell out? Its kind of long but full of suspense.

Zola meets Stefani at a restaurant where Zola waitresses, and the two immediately click over pole dancing. Only a day after they exchange numbers, Stefani invites Zola on a cross-country road trip, where the goal is to make as much money as possible dancing in Florida strip clubs. Zola agrees, and suddenly she is trapped in the craziest, most unexpected trip of her life.

Janicza Bravo (Lemon, 2017) returns with this outrageously unique and eccentrically animated saga that was first chronicled in 144 tweets posted by Aziah King on October 27, 2015. Written by Bravo and playwright Jeremy O. Harris, Zola frames the protagonists narrative in a groundbreaking exchange that plays with and questions perspective. Bravos luscious atmosphere and impeccable attention to detail is unequaled and further confirms the sophomore director as a visionary voice of American independent cinema.

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