Marshall is based on a true incident in the life of Thurgood Marshall, when he was a young lawyer, long before his appointment to the U.S. Supreme Court.
When four lifelong friends—Regina Hall, Queen Latifah, Jada Pinkett Smith and Tiffany Haddish—travel to New Orleans for the annual Essence Festival – what happens at the festival stays at the Continue Reading →
Moikgantsi Kgama, a Syracuse native is returning home to launch “Cocktails & Cinema,” a quarterly independent film series that highlights the global Black experience.
TV One delighted fans with a sneak peek into two engaging films and star-studded Q&A’s during the 21st Annual American Black Film Festival held in Miami this weekend.
Variety reports that Shaquille O’Neal and Lil Rel Howery are in talks to join NBA star Kyrie Irving in basketball drama “Uncle Drew.”
The Film Society of Lincoln Center and Subway Cinema announced today updated awardees and special guests for the 16th New York Asian Film Festival (NYAFF), which will take place from Continue Reading →
ImageNation Cinema Foundation is excited to announce their new partnerships with Power 105.1 FM and Urban Movie Channel for their 15th annual ImageNation Outdoors Festival: Six Nights of Soul Cinema Continue Reading →
Comic Book reports that Citizens of Harlem might be hearing reports of a man with unbreakable skin over the next few months.
Harlemites love wine, and especially wine tasting, so it’s not surprising that a Harlemite has written and executive produced a film by the same name.
The very funny and accessible film Wine Tasting follows the lives of four men who are professional wine tasters.
This year from June 2, 1027 – September 28, 2017, marks the 10th anniversary of Films on the Green, the free outdoor French film festival produced annually in New York Continue Reading →
On Wednesday night a bevy of journalists and influencers flocked to New York City’s Bathhouse Studios in NYC’s Lower East Side to celebrate the launch of FUJIFILM’s newest most innovative Continue Reading →
Story by Lil Nickelson and photographs by Rudy Collins ImageNation is featuring black independent films about black love during the month of May 2017 at its 1,200-sq. ft. Harlem art gallery Continue Reading →
Dirty Gertie from Harlem U.S.A.. is a 1946 race film directed by Spencer Williams and produced and distributed by Sack Amusement Enterprises.
As part of the Schomburg’s rich history of collecting and preserving cinema of are featuring black talent across the African diaspora in Harlem, NY.