The official lineup for the 2018 Sundance Film Festival features bold, authentic storytelling from diverse voices.
The first official trailer for Ava DuVernay’s adaptation of ‘A Wrinkle In Time’ has been released, and it is nothing short of magical.
A documentary about Maynard Jackson, the first African-American mayor of a major Southern city, is currently in post-production and scheduled to be released in 2018.
Today, Marvel has released the first official trailer and the poster art for the highly anticipated ‘Black Panther’ film, which will hit U.S. theaters on February 16th, 2018.
The 69th Emmy Awards was a historic night in the comedy genre for Donald Glover and Lena Waithe, both breaking down barriers in the television industry.
As fair-skinned Ella makes the conscious decision to pass for white when her school system becomes integrated, ‘Across the Tracks’ begins to examine the complexities and challenges rooted deeply in identity.
With its multiple motifs and metaphorical concepts, it hardly comes as a surprise that Jordan Peele’s ‘Get Out’ has inspired a college course. “The Sunken Place: Racism, Survival, and Black Horror Aesthetic” will be offered this fall at UCLA.
From Dee Rees’ critically acclaimed feature narrative debut ‘Pariah’ to her Emmy Award-winning ‘Bessie,’ expectations are soaring high for the talented filmmaker. And with her latest feature already receiving extraordinary acclaim both from Sundance and as an Oscar contender, there’s no question that ‘Mudbound’ should be on your radar.
Based on a true story, Matt Ruskin’s Crown Heights documents Colin Warner’s inconceivable experience of spending 21 years behind bars for a crime he did not commit.
Filled with authenticity, Chapter & Verse profoundly depicts the predicament of a recently released ex-con (Daniel Beaty) striving to create a new life for himself on the mean, unforgiving streets of Harlem.