Director Tina Gordon discusses Little

Director Tina Gordon discusses Little

April 14, 2019 A DGA Q&A in Los Angeles

A woman’s desire to escape the pressures of adult life results in a miraculous change in Director Tina Gordon’s new comedy, Little.

Gordon’s film tells the story of Jordan Sanders (Regina Hall), a take-no-prisoners tech mogul who is about to make a do-or-die presentation. When the burdens and responsibilities that come with her adult existence become unbearable, her wish to go back to a simpler time is granted when she awakens one morning in her own 13-year-old body (Marsai Martin). With only her long-suffering assistant April (Issa Rae) in on the secret and with everything on the line, Jordan must find a way to navigate through her new situation while still taking advantage of this second chance to grow up right.

Following the DGA membership screening in Los Angeles on April 14, Gordon sat down with Director Tina Mabry (Mississippi Damned) to discuss the making of Little.

In addition to Little, Tina Gordon’s other directorial credit is the feature film Peeples. She has been a DGA member since 2010.

You can listen to Gordon's Q&A by clicking the podcast episode embedded below. You can find more DGA podcast episodes here.


Event photos by Trixie Textor - Print courtesy of Universal Pictures.

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