High School for Recording Arts (HSRA) continues to prove itself to be a spawning ground for talent of remarkable consequence.
Black actors have always had a role in horror films. But something different is taking place today: the re-emergence of true Black horror films.
May is Foster Care Awareness Month. Nearly 200,000 U.S. children are in foster care — and almost half of them are Black.
We’ve highlighted a few films featuring Black talent that are currently in theaters or will be coming to one near you very soon.
Though slightly marred by a tendency to telegraph its punches, the coming-of-age drama marks Elba’s noteworthy directorial debut.
A new TPT documentary, ‘Jim Crow of the North,’ is set to further the discussion of Minneapolis’ color-coded housing bigotry.
After viewing ‘Glass,’ there will be a great debate: Should M. Night Shyamalan stop writing scripts for his films? Should he refrain from directing them? Or maybe both!
Eddie Murphy will once again play crown prince Akeem Joffer in a sequel to the 1988 hit movie, Coming to America. The film’s plot centered around a prince who travels to New York to find an independent woman who loves him despite his royal title. The sequel will have Prince Joffer returning to America after […]
In 2018, the stories told, talent on view, compelling characters, emotions expressed, and genres stretched were just amazing.
Kudos to Jenkins for crafting another compelling inner-city saga…