Lagralane is a collection of actors, creative investors and philanthropists who strive to bring diverse and truthful stories to audiences through strategic film financing and content development. Founded by Yvonne Huff Lee and Jason Delane Lee, Lagralane aims to support uncommon voices, courageous visionaries and inspirational storytellers. They are social challengers, activators and thought leaders - financing and developing diverse stories with unique characters and points of view. Lagralane seeks to evaluate cultural consciousness through the exploration of honest, raw and uncompromising human experiences. Notable titles include the 2018 Academy Award winning documentary ICARUS, Sundance 2018 narrative NIGHT COMES ON, the highest grossing biodoc of all time WON’T YOU BE MY NEIGHBOR?, and Harry Dean Stanton’s final film LUCKY. Their 2019 slate includes Sundance darling THE INFILTRATORS, THE BODY REMEMBERS WHEN THE WORLD BROKE OPEN, which world premiered in Berlin, and THE APOLLO, which will be opening the Tribeca Film Festival in April.
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