A sobering Spike Lee Joint suggesting that the Klan might very well rise again, especially given equivocating President Trump's frustrating refusal to take sides. Easily, Spike's best offering in ages! ... read more »
The Black Association of Documentary Filmmakers West (BADWEST) presents its exciting and always anticipated 12th annual “DAY OF BLACK DOCS” on Saturday, May 5, 2018, 12:00 p.m. ... read more / view event »
Lee worked with ESPN to make the documentary, which examines how the Black Lives Matter movement sparked activism at the University of Missouri--including the football team--and the rest of the county. ... read more »
SISTAS… began twenty-three years ago as a call to the entertainment industry to acknowledge that there is grand talent amongst African American women filmmakers. What began as a screening and discussion became one of the most recognized inspirational and emulated events of the Black filmmaking community. ... read more »
Celebrating the achievements of African-Americans who have made a positive influence within their sport and in society. ESPN is once again commemorating Black History Month with multiple programming offerings on television, ... read more »
As a young artist, Michael Jackson knew he wanted to be legendary.
"I will be magic," he wrote as a teenager, outlining his plans for his career. "I will be better than every great actor roped in one."
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It's the sweet, romantic story of a first date — albeit the fictionalized first date of the couple who currently occupy the White House.
"Southside With You," the feature film based on Barack Obama and Michelle Robinson's first date, debuted Sunday to a packed house at the Sundance Film Festival.
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In a Cal-State University classroom, stripped down to nothing but boxers stood Wade Wilson, a bay area native who had fallen in love with acting. His theater professor at the time told Wilson to get more invested in the scene he was portraying and it left him baring it all. ... read more »