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Hollywood’s newest talent agency — BYBS
March 19, 2020
Headed by Christopher Young and Tay Smith two African-American men poised to step into Hollywood with their eyes wide open and their roster of talent bursting. ... read more »
Film Review: BLACK IN SPACE: BREAKING THE COLOR BARRIER
March 12, 2020
Only the truth can be this fantastic. ... read more »
FILM REVIEW: Premature
February 20, 2020
"Premature," as a film, is a tight indie art piece. ... read more »
‘Weep Not’ Explores Child Abuse and Redemption at PAFF
February 13, 2020
Two-time NAACP theater nominee and child-abuse survivor, Cheray O’Neal, has something to say and PAFF is serving as the film’s vessel ... read more »
Pan African Film Festival Kicks-off with Screening of “Hero”
February 6, 2020
The gripping production, written and directed by Frances-Anne Solomon, is inspired by the extraordinary and revolutionary life of Ulric Cross ... read more »
Independent Film ‘Jezebel’ Explores Sisterhood & Survival
January 30, 2020
The film first premiered at the SXSW conference with raving reviews and picked up Best Feature Film and Best Director at the American Black Film Festival. ... read more »
FILM REVIEW: “Underwater”
January 16, 2020
If tension, fear and good performances were all it took to make a satisfying thriller, “Underwater” would be complete. ... read more »
Mati Diop’s brilliant feature film debut “Atlantics” — on Netflix — one of the best films of 2019.
January 9, 2020
It’s hard not to use a lot of glowing adjectives to describe the beauty and the impact of the story and how the director chooses to tell it. ... read more »
‘Just Mercy’ Starring Michael B. Jordan and Jamie Foxx Explores the Deep-Seated Inequalities in America’s Criminal Justice System
January 9, 2020
Held at the Cinemark Theater in Baldwin Hills-Crenshaw, the star-studded and action-packed event also included appearances from co-stars and celebrities. ... read more »
FILM REVIEW: ‘Les Misérables’
January 2, 2020
Ladj Ly‘s stark realism, also exemplified by his documentary-style filmmaking, is fairly evocative for 102 minutes and gives the film a soul. ... read more »
Best Films of 2019
December 26, 2019
Look back on the most noteworthy films of 2019 and they all display a diverse array of superb talent—in front of and behind the camera. ... read more »
STERLING K. BROWN starring in “Waves” and making them (PART ONE)
December 19, 2019
Brown currently stars in the powerful A24 family drama "Wave" for which he has received critical praise. ... read more »
The Celebration of Black Cinema Sparks Discussion on Diversity & Inclusion in Hollywood
December 12, 2019
Held at the Landmark Annex Theatre in Hollywood, a slew of producers, writers, actors and Black film critics gathered for the remarkable night of celebration. ... read more »
Film Review: ‘Queen & Slim’
November 28, 2019
Police aggression in the Black community ignites a journey that’s laced with intrigue, thrills, narrow escapes, family drama and a romance that goes from highly unlikely to sensual bliss. ... read more »
Marianne Jean-Baptiste Shines In Horror Movie ‘In Fabric’
November 28, 2019
The movie takes a dark turn when she buys a dress that curses her life. ... read more »
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