The Harlem-based National Black Programming Consortium (NBPC) has been awarded funding from the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) for its signature public television series and incubator for broadcast and web series. Continue Reading →
Gaelan Connell, a New York based Cartoon Network star turned maverick independent filmmaker, is blowing his film’s marketing budget on The Fans. Continue Reading →
With a bit of a dramatic ending, Moonlight concluded the awards season last night with three Oscar statues at the 89th Academy Awards. Continue Reading →
The nation’s only nonprofit dedicated solely to media content about the Black experience has selected seven producing teams for its 360 Incubator and Fund where competitors can score up to $150,000 in development funds for their TV and web pilots or interactive/transmedia project. Continue Reading →
This week, rapper The Game and his 5-year-old daughter Cali hosted the Los Angeles screening of the new film Kubo And The Two Strings for 200 guests at AMC Century City. Continue Reading →
Part of Harlem style is about looking and being fabulous, and last night, TLC hosted an exclusive screening of their first-ever scripted series, “Tyler Perry’s Too Close to Home” at the Paley Center for Media in Los Angeles – in true Harlem style. Continue Reading →
When The Bough Breaks, is a film about John and Laura Taylor (Morris Chestnut and Regina Hall) are a young, professional couple who desperately want a baby.