Reginald Hudlin at IFFR
As an undergraduate at Harvard, Reginald HUDLIN (1961, USA) made the short film House Party, inspired by his experiences as a teenager growing up in South Illinois. After his graduation, he continued working on this film which became his debut and breakthrough as a feature filmmaker in 1990. Hudlin directed TV films and episodes of series – like Modern Family and The Office – and produced several films, including Tarantino's Django Unchained (2012), nominated for an Oscar for Best Film. As the 'Hudlin Brothers', he regularly cooperates with his brother Warrington Hudlin. From 2005 to 2008, Reginald Hudlin was the president of entertainment of Black Entertainment Television (BET).