“Mavis,” The Film At Maysles Cinema In Harlem

The first feature-length documentary on gospel/soul music legend and civil rights icon Mavis Staples and her family group, the Staple Singers.

Harlem International Film Festival In Morningside Heights

The Brodsky Organization has partnered with the Harlem International Film Festival to offer residents of their latest Morningside Heights rental property, Enclave at the Cathedral, exclusive screenings from the award-winning Continue Reading →

The People’s Film Festival 2016 In Harlem

The 5th Annual People’s Film Festival will kick off June 1, 2016 with a SPECIAL free PRE-FESTIVAL EVENT at Hoodwinked Escape, Harlem’s very own escape room.

Harlem Style Red Carpet At The Cannes Film Festival

Vanity Fair reports on this years 2016 Cannes Film Festival Red Carpet gave us some of the best Harlem Style looks we’ve seen outside of Harlem.

NYPD Cop Points Gun, Punches And Arrests Bystanders Filming Him In Harlem (video)

An NYPD cop was stripped of his gun and shield Friday after video emerged showing him pointing his weapon at bystanders filming him — and then punching one of them Continue Reading →

Rudy’s World: A Red Carpet Night At The African Film Festival Opening

By Rudy Collins On May 4th, The African Film Festival Opening Night was a proud and pride filled event at The Walter Reade Theater at Lincoln Center.

Reel Sisters Seeks Films By Women of Color

Reel Sisters of the Diaspora Film Festival & Lecture Series is seeking films and web series directed, written or produced by women of color.

The New York African Film Festival At Lincoln Center

The Film Society of Lincoln Center and African Film Festival, Inc. announce the lineup for the 23rd New York African Film Festival, May 4-10.

Lincoln Center Great American Dance Film Screenings For Schools Coming For Free In May

This May, in its ongoing commitment to making great art available to all, Lincoln Center will give teachers in New York City schools the opportunity to introduce their students to Continue Reading →

HW Pick: Sidney Poitier, A Nine-Film Retro At MOMI

Actor, director, activist, and humanitarian, Sidney Poitier was a pioneer on many fronts: He has been called Hollywood’s first black leading man, and was the first African-American actor to win Continue Reading →