Featurette: "This Is Loving"
The cast and filmmakers of Loving detail the intricacies, challenges and rewards of telling the story of Richard and Mildred Loving.
"It wasn't about a Civil Rights movement. It was about two people just loving each other and willing to do whatever it takes to be together." Alano Miller (Raymond).
Clip: "Tell The Judge I Love My Wife"
Featurette: "This Is Loving"
GQ: "The Understated Brilliance of Joel Edgerton"
Clip: "Civil Rights"
Clip: "You Nervous?"
Joel Edgerton and Ruth Negga Talk With Dave Poland
Clip: "Chevy or Ford"
Happy/Sad/Confused with Ruth Negga
Entertainment Weekly Interview
Jeff Nichols and Terri Abney Interviews
Ruth Negga and Joel Edgerton Shoot the Cover of The Hollywood Reporter
"Your Voice Matters" TV Spot
Official Trailer: Loving
Loving Honored at the National Museum of African American History & CultureClip: "Will You Marry Me?"
How Will You Stand Up For Love?
The Los Angeles Times looks at how the Lovings' courage paved the way for families of all races.
#VoteLoving"The Crime of Being Married": Life Magazine sent Grey Villet [Michael Shannon] to the home of Richard and Mildred Loving. His work would anchor a multi-page piece that introduced the Lovings’ case to the world. Something Rare: "[T]heir love for each other just seemed such a beautiful, delicate, rare thing." Ruth Negga on Richard and Mildred Loving. A Proposal: Long before the Supreme Court would hear their plea as Loving v. Virginia, Richard Perry Loving asked Mildred Delores Jeter to be his wife. Her decision and their resolve would prove a defining moment in US History.
Interview From Cannes
Love has always, and will always, change the world. Watch the new trailer for Loving and witness the incredible true story of how the love story of one couple changed the lives of millions.A Simple Wish: "We have thought about other people, but we are not doing it just because somebody had to do it and we wanted to be the ones. We are doing it for us - because we want to live here." Richard Loving, c. 1966 Joel Edgerton is Richard Loving "They just wanted to love each other and have the right to love each other. And so the movie’s a love story first." Ruth Negga as Mildred Loving "People who are worried that no one will listen to them or that they don't have a voice, it just goes to show: everyone has a voice and everyone has the potential to change laws." Uncommon Common Folk: Richard and Mildred Loving came from humble roots and likely could never imagined how they could make an impact for Civil Rights. Michael Shannon as Grey Villet Sidney: The first of Richard and Mildred’s three children, Sidney Loving. Marton Csokas as Sheriff Brooks Alano Miller as Raymond Green The Film ‘Loving,’ About a History-Making Interracial Couple, Sets Cannes Abuzz "I'm his wife": Six weeks after their marriage, Sheriff Brooks [portrayed in the film by Marton Csokas] burst into the Lovings’ bedroom in the middle of the night to arrest them. Mildred pointed to the wedding certificate hanging on the wall and stated "I
Cannes Film Festival Press ConferenceFriends & Family: The cast of writer/director Jeff Nichols' LOVING includes [l-r] Alano Miller as Raymond Green, Terri Abney as Mildred's sister Garnet, and Ruth Negga and Joel Edgerton as Mildred and Richard Loving. Jeff Nichols | Writer/Director "I believe that any time we can be reminded of the elegance and the simple beauty of love, it’s a good thing.”
TIME Magazine details the history of Loving Day.Nick Kroll as Bernie Cohen
All Love Is Created EqualDevotion: On the Lovings’ contribution to the Civil Rights Movement, Ruth Negga said "I think everyone else underestimated their tenacity, their belief in themselves, their love for each other, and their respect for each other." Inherent Rights: "When any society says that I cannot marry a certain person, that society has cut off a segment of my freedom." Reverend Martin Luther King Jr, c. 1958 Natural: "[Grey Villet] avoided posing his subjects, refused to manipulate the action and simply waited patiently for telling moments to emerge, in the belief that reality would supply more truth than any imposition of his own ego.” Terri Abney as Garnet Jeter Ruth Negga Sits Down With Indiewire To Discuss LOVING Jon Bass as Phil Hirschkop