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.
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 →
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 of the Diaspora Film Festival & Lecture Series is seeking films and web series directed, written or produced by women of color.
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.
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 →
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 →
Last week, the Black Women Film Network (BWFN) hosted its annual Black Women Film Summit, featuring the incredible “Untold Stories Awards Luncheon.”
The Black Women Film Network (BWFN) is proud to announce the 2016 “Untold Stories Awards” Luncheon honorees:
As the 2016 Sundance Film Festival draws to a close this past weekend, let’s take a look back and assess what just happened. Beyond finding out what movies were good Continue Reading →