PBS to Air ‘The Cowboys of South Central L.A.’ to Commemorate Juneteenth

Award-winning director and film maker, Brett Fallentine, is a Northern California native who dedicated more than seven years to learn, film, and connect with the rich history of the Compton Cowboys in his documentary, “Fire on the Hill: The Cowboys of South Central L.A.” The film is being released by PBS to commemorate the Juneteenth holiday. Also, it’s a South L.A. story that highlights the area’s Black cowboys and the positive imprint this group is making on the community. Fallentine explained that his film, “Fire on the Hill,” counters the negative impression that media has about Compton and South Central

‘Subjects of Desire’ Screened at the 30th Anniversary of Pan African Film Festival

‘Subjects of Desire’, a provocative feature documentary written and directed by Jennifer Holness, screened at the 30th Anniversary of the Pan African Film Festival that took place in Los Angeles this past weekend from April 19 to May 1. Jennifer had to reschedule her 30th wedding anniversary to Greece in order to be in attendance for her screening at this festival, that’s how special this screening was to her. This documentary has been screened at over 30 film festivals across the world but being supported by the black community is always a great feeling she states.