‘Selma,’ The Most Prolific Film Ever

By Eartha Watts-Hicks On December 15th, 2014, I was at an Academy screening and Q&A for Selma. This is probably one of the most prolific films I have ever seen. Continue Reading →

2nd Annual El Barrio’s Children Film Festival

The Hispanic Federation is proud to present the 2nd Annual El Barrio’s Children Film Festival at the Julia de Burgos Latino Cultural Center (1680 Lexington Avenue between 105th & 106th Street). This event is free and open Continue Reading →

A Film Festival For The Entire Harlem Family!

You and your family are cordially invited to The 6th Annual KidCinemaFest’s  Opening Night at Alianza Dominicana Cultural Center. We are proud to announce that the French film  ERNEST & CELESTINE  Continue Reading →

100 Years In Post-Production Resurrecting a Lost Landmark of Black Film History At MOMA

The Museum of Modern Art announces the discovery of previously unidentified, 101-year-old film footage, the earliest known surviving feature film with a cast of black actors. Share

Picks From The Natural Living Film Festival 2014 In Harlem

Here are our hot picks for the upcoming Natural Living Film Festival: October 18th, 2:45 pm Food traditions are hard to change especially when they are passed on from generation Continue Reading →