The New Orleans Times-Picayune has published a cover story on the new film Loving, which premiered at Sundance on Thursday, November 13, 2015.
The article describes the film as a celebration of love, and the story is told from the perspective of two women who are the first to fall in love.
The cover story is part of the magazine’s “Hollywood” initiative, which is celebrating the industry’s growing diversity with articles on a range of topics, including film, television, music and fashion.MTV News spoke with editor-in-chief of the paper, Paul Mottram, to learn more about the cover story and what inspired the film’s title.MOTIVATION MATTERS: The cover story focuses on the film Loving as it focuses on love in a very different way than the story of the film itself.
Was it a conscious decision to take a different approach from the movie itself?MATT: We wanted to give this new film the title Loving in an entirely new way.
We chose the title because we felt it represented the very essence of the story.
The title was chosen because we feel that the story itself represents the very core of the movie.
In other words, if you’re going to be in love with a woman, you’re in love all the time.
If you’re a man, you’ll love it when she’s beautiful, or when she gives you that perfect kiss, but you’ll never get it.
We thought it was important to give it a title that captured that essence of love and respect for the woman who you’re with, even if she doesn’t reciprocate that love.
MATT: The title itself is not just an expression of the title, but a statement of love itself.
That’s what we think of the whole thing as.
So we felt that the title was a statement that the movie reflects on a fundamental human value, and that’s love.
We feel that this is a statement about the nature of love.
This is a film that celebrates the nature and the essence of human love.
That is what this film does.
MATHY: The focus on love and love of the human experience in the film is one of the most powerful aspects of the experience.
It’s a very powerful thing to capture.
You can feel that as you’re watching the film.
The love in the world of Love is the very nature of the love itself, the fact that you have this thing that you want.
MARTIN: The film is set in Los Angeles.
How did you choose that city?
MATT, Mottrams editor-at-large: It’s the home of Sundance.
The city of Los Angeles is a real center of filmmaking, and Sundance is where I spent my entire career, and I love that place.
I loved Sundance, and this is an area that I was fortunate to be able to be a part of.
MOTIVation MATT is currently writing the film, but he said it will be shot in Los Angeles.
It is slated for a November 19, 2015 release.MATT, the editor-on-chief, has also written the cover stories on Love and The Social Network.