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South African filmmakers sound off at New York African Film Festival

It’s been a quarter of a century since Mahen Bonetti founded the New York African Film Festival at Lincoln Center.

New York African Film Fest celebrates 25 years

There is much to be learned by watching well-made movies.

Gabrielle Union brings it in ‘Breaking In’

The new film “Breaking In,” starring Gabrielle Union and directed by Lewis McTeaguei, is an exciting home invasion thriller.

Lucasfilm hires first Black woman director for ‘Star Wars: Episode IX’

A very special announcement has been reported detailing the hiring of the first Black female director at Lucasfilm.

‘Avengers: Infinity War’—Worth seeing twice!

“Avengers: Infinity War” is the 19th push into the Marvel Comics Universe.

Lucasfilm hires first Black woman director for ‘Star Wars: Episode IX’

A very special announcement has been reported detailing the hiring of the first Black female director at Lucasfilm. Lucasfilm is the creator of the “Star Wars” movie franchise and George Lucas’ film company.

‘United Skates’—a perfect film

Do you know anything about the Black skating culture in this country? You now have an opportunity to peek inside this subculture and frankly be amazed. It’s dope.

Tribeca Film Festival hosts screening and Q&A for ‘Rest in Power: The Trayvon Martin Story’

The 2018 Tribeca Film Festival this past Friday night screened the first episode of a six episode series co-produced by hip-hop impresario JAY-Z called “Rest in Power: The Trayvon Martin Story.”

The jewels of Tribeca Film Fest, through April 28

The 2018 Tribeca Film Festival ends April 28, but here are some highlights you can catch from now through Saturday, April 28.

Dinkin’s ‘Blue’ debut

Former Mayor David N. Dinkins made a guest appearance on the CBS hit show “Blue Bloods” Friday, April 13.

AmNews Curtain Rising: 'McQUEEN'

A personal look at the extraordinary life, career and artistry of Alexander McQueen.

At TFF: The gospel according to André Leon Talley

In his own way, André Leon Talley is as bold a figure in the fight for civil rights as the slain leaders Malcolm X and Martin Luther King Jr.

What’s next for Roland Martin

Veteran journalist Roland Martin believes Black America has some tough decisions to make.

Community Calendar April 19 - April 25

I love April. It is my favorite month of the year. Although it starts off with the vestiges of March, often chilly, windy and still downright cold, you know that before month’s end it is going to warm up, tree ...

Docu highlights histories of 409 and 555 Edgecombe Avenue

While We Are Still Here, a Harlem-based, heritage-preservation organization in collaboration with Truth2Power Films and Jamal Joseph, presents a documentary, “In the Face of What We Remember: Oral Histories of 409 and 555 Edgecombe Avenue.”

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