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Raymond Lewis Film Wins Best Documentary at San Pedro Film Festival
November 11, 2021
The long-anticipated basketball documentary film of a local 1970s basketball phenom and City of Watts native, "Raymond Lewis: L.A. Legend" is currently making its rounds throughout the country at selected film festivals in major cities in the U.S. This past Saturday, the film collected its first award by being selected as the "Best Documentary" at the 2021 San Pedro International Film Festival. ... read more »
‘Family Thanksgiving’ Premieres on Select Streaming Services
November 11, 2021
 When the dysfunctional Walden family decides to get together for Thanksgiving for the first time in five years, one can only expect that mayhem, familial clashes and truths will emerge.  ... read more »
Disney delays ‘Indiana Jones 5,’ ‘Black Panther 2’ releases
October 18, 2021
This image released by Disney shows Lupita Nyong'o, left, and Letitia Wright in a scene from Marvel Studios' "Black Panther." The Walt Disney Co. is pushing back the release dates of many of its upcoming titles, including the Black Panther sequel “Wakanda Forever,” which is currently in production. (Matt Kennedy/Marvel Studios-Disney via AP) ... read more »
DGA Alters Award Rules to Consider Films Released in Theaters & Streaming
October 6, 2021
With the COVID-19 pandemic still gripping the nation, the Directors Guild of America announced today it will again alter its rules for award eligibility, allowing films to qualify if they are released simultaneously in theaters and on streaming platforms.    ... read more »
Melvin Van Peebles…The Real MVP
September 28, 2021
Jeff Friday, Founder and CEO of Jeff Friday Media, shares his sentiments for Melvin Van Peebles. ... read more »
September 16, 2021
Look for a varied selection of short and feature-length films that provide profound, entertaining, and inspirational content for a diverse global audience. ... read more »
September 9, 2021
Films With A Purpose (FWAP) moves the films of three emerging directors to the spotlight. In addition, FWAP has scheduled a week of live screenings to share viewing of the films on the big screen daily to create awareness, impact, and inspiration for Southern California audiences. ... read more »
‘Respect’ — a loving look at the great Aretha Franklin
August 26, 2021
What makes “Respect” is that this great artist struggled and it was that energy that shaped Franklin’s signature sound. ... read more »
Youth Filmmakers’ Movie “Blind With Temptation” Screening Now Online with Emerging and Iconic Directors in the 24th Annual BHERC Reel Black Men Short Film Festival
August 12, 2021
LA youth joins 20 Black male directors from America, Canada, and Cameroon to share films with a global online audience. BHERC curated this diverse selection of movies from a vast field of talented storytellers to discover exciting topics. ... read more »
Liberty the adventurous pup-voiced of actress, Marsai Martin, makes ‘PAW PATROL’ delightful, family fun!
August 12, 2021
Martin voices Liberty in "PAW PATROL: THE MOVIE" from Paramount Pictures ... read more »
‘Zola’ — it started as a Twitter rant and now, it’s poised to take the award season
August 5, 2021
It’s an uncomfortable picture of women who work in the sex industry and much like the personality types that work in this trade, the filmmaking is pure bravura. ... read more »
Screenwriter Tracey Scott Wilson — getting the biopic ‘RESPECT’ right from the start
July 29, 2021
Tracey Scott Wilson, the American playwright, television writer, television producer, and now screenwriter is demanding “respect” — and you will be able to find out what it means to her with the release of the film, which she wrote — “Respect” which is about the life of the legendary R&B singer, Aretha Franklin. ... read more »
Black Films Glow at the 2021 Tribeca Film Festival Part I
June 24, 2021
Films were played on gigantic screens under the sun, moon and stars. ... read more »
FILM REVIEW: City of Ali
June 10, 2021
Can we ever get enough of Muhammad Ali? No! And so, another documentary about him is automatically good news on some level. Particularly during these troubled times when stirring up memories of “The Greatest” can connect us back to the best in humanity. ... read more »

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