Changing direction: Jennifer Yuh Nelson’s talent is breaking the mold

“The messages in the movie were important to me,” she says

27th March, 2016
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Jennifer Yuh Nelson and Jack Black visiting South Korea to promote Kung Fu Panda 3 Picture: Getty

We’ve said it before and we’ll say it again: for creativity and comedy in a film, forget mainstream movies and turn to the children’s section instead. It’s where you’ll find an old man using balloons to fulfill a lifelong ambition, or a cowboy leading his toy friends to safety, or, in the case of Kung Fu Panda 3, it’s where you’ll find Bryan Cranston – best known for Walter White in Breaking Bad – as...

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