Black Film

ATL movie fans, it looks like your dreams of a sequel are finally coming true. Both unconfirmed speculation from hopeful fans and whispers from the film’s…

Actress Sanaa Lathan has maintained a consistent presence on the Hollywood scene over the last decade or so with movies including Love & Basketball, Brown…

  Hello Beautiful favorite Ava DuVernay is once again making moves, but this time she’s behind the keyboard instead of behind the camera. DuVernay and over 40 of her amazing fellow Black filmmakers are participating in a Rebel-A-Thon on Twitter to raise awareness about DuVernay’s Black film collective AAFRM (specifically the #ARRAY membership drive) and to generally […]

Two filmmakers are taking bringing humor to the challenge of teaching Black kids to love their natural hair, but they might need you to chip…

Woody Allen disagrees with assumptions that he’s racist because he doesn’t tend to cast black actors in his films. Back in April, there were rumors…

In 2013 writer/director Neil Drumming released is debut feature film, ”Big Words,” a romantic drama set in Brooklyn on the eve of President Obama’s history-making first…

2013 will go down in history as the year Black cinema turned a corner.  While mainstream outlets like the NY Times  declared 2013  the “breakout year in…

  Ava DuVernay dreams big and in color.  After years of creating campaigns for big budget studio films, the former publicist took her life savings…

We all know that “tomboyish” sister or  the  eternal bachelor uncle who’s lived with the same male “roommate” for decades.  Filmmaker Dee Rees tackles one of the  hush-hush topics in our families  with her feature debut, Pariah.  The film is a lovely coming-of-age story about Alike, a bright and talented student (Adepero Oduye), who is […]