By Hadasah Ingrid Harlem World Magazine has officially launched its first ever “HW Talk Series” just recently on June 17th at the Raw Space in Harlem, New York.
The photograph above shows the entrance to the Claremont Theatre on the southeast corner of 135th Street at 3320-3338 Broadway where Thomas Edison is showing Gertrude McCoy and Bigelow Cooper in Continue Reading →
From Friday, July 17 through Thursday, August 27, BAMcinématek and Cinema Conservancy present Indie 80s, a sweeping survey of nearly 70 films from the rough-and-tumble early days of modern American independent cinema.
By Albert Trotman Last month at the Vacca lounge in New York City, the Dominican Film Festival held it’s 2015 Spring Soirée.
ImageNation Foundation, Reel Sisters and Harlem World Magazine have partnered to create the Harlem World Magazine HW Talk Series regarding the State of Indie Filmmakers of Color.
Burlesque in Harlem (also released as Rock & Roll Burlesque and A French Peep Show) is a 1949 revue film directed by William D. Alexander (also producer of Ingagi and Souls Continue Reading →
The 19th annual American Black Film Festival (ABFF) opens with the premier of DOPE, with a Harlem team of co-executive producer Sean “P. Diddy” Combs, musician and actor A$AP Rocky, and the evening Continue Reading →
Emma Sulkowicz, the artist and activist behind Mattress Performance (Carry That Weight), has made a new video, titled “Ceci N’est Pas un Viol” (This Is Not a Rape).
By Ingrid Hadasah What if the comic intellect of Chris Rock and genius of Jerry Seinfeld were fused into really funny film – no wait great T.V.?!!!!! Wouldn’t you go Continue Reading →
The Human Rights Watch Film Festival promises to be a great event with films by Stanley Nelson, Ayat Najafi, Gini Reticker and Hajooj Kuka.
Oscar award winning actress Lupita Nyong’o was this years hands down winner of the best Harlem style look at the film premiere of “La Tete Haute (Standing Tall),” at the 68th Annual Cannes Continue Reading →