“Hidden Figures” will be Pharrell Williams’ first wander as a film maker, in spite of his credits for the 2015 film “Dope”. He joined the venture, which stars Janelle Monae, Taraji P. Henson, and Octavia Spencer as the genuine African-American ladies who assumed key parts at NASA in the support of John Glenn’s celebrated 1962 voyage, back in April with his delivering accomplice Mimi Valdes. At the time, he noticed the Theodore Melfi-coordinated film as being “an extraordinary story about black women with genius mathematical minds who contributed to American history. It takes place in Virginia, my home state, and at NASA, a place I’ve been obsessed with since childhood.”

At the Variety Inclusion Summit in November, Williams noticed how, “The female contribution to society was not acknowledged like it should be. Women’s contributions were often dismissed, discounted. The idea that we get a chance to actually go back and shine a light on the amazing accomplishments of these women, and African-American women, you know. It’s one thing to be a woman in the 1960s. It’s another thing to be an African-American woman in the 1960s.”

Notwithstanding filling in as a maker, Williams served as the lead inventive compel behind the film’s music. Forming with film music guide Hans Zimmer, Williams contributed a couple of Oscar-battling unique melodies. The primary, “Runnin’,” highlights Williams himself on lead vocals; the second, “I See a Victory,” was sung by gospel star Kim Burrell. Williams is no more bizarre to the year-end grants circuit, his raving success “Upbeat” from “Terrible Me 2” secured the maker an Oscar designation in 2013.

Not long from now, Pharrell will sink into the maker’s seat for another account of a lady prevailing in a male-overwhelmed field. Michael Larnell’s “Roxanne Roxanne” recounts the tale of Queens’ rapper Roxanne Shante, whose furious fight rhyme abilities made her a key figure in one of hip-jump’s most famous quarrels in 1984. The film bows in rivalry at Sundance.