To protect and to serve is the motto that began, in 1955, with the Los Angeles Police Department and was further adopted by many other police forces.
Netflix series “Master of None” co-star Lena Waithe became the first African-American women to win an Emmy for Best Writing in a Comedy Series.
Never give up on your dreams, especially if it’s to make a film. Sharon Lewis was a struggling actress browsing the shelves in a Los Angeles bookstore in 1998 when Nalo Hopkinson’s just published “Brown Girl in the Ring” caught ...
Diversity was on display and celebrated Sunday night at the 69th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards.
The 69th Primetime Emmy Awards, hosted by Stephen Colbert, aired Sunday on CBS.
Common has come a long way from his early days of rhyming in Chicago in the 90s.
Everything about the entertainment space has changed. The box office for movies continues to drop.
It has been reported that Jordan Peele, creator of the breakout Black horror thriller “Get Out,” has teamed up with Spike Lee to direct and produce a new film project titled “Black Klansman,” and will follow the story of a ...
In the spirit of those who reach for the stars to change the world, Stacy Spikes created the Urbanworld Film Festival 21 years ago. Spikes is a former executive at Miramax and October Films.
Colin Warner hopes that when audiences see "Crown Heights" it infuriates them.
Times have changed in the South and in the world of film.
“You four: The Devil of Hell’s Kitchen, the smart-ass detective, the righteous ex-con and the kid with the glowing fist. The war for New York is here…so get your s--- together.”
Dreams of being a famous ballet dancer dressed in bright pink tutus and a life filled with dazzling pirouettes, all viewed under the spotlights is what makes this sweet new animated story “Leap!” such a charming cinematic family viewing experience.
The story of Bobbi Kristina Brown's life and tragic death is coming to the small screen.
Music video director Geremy Jasper knows how to turn an indie underdog into an unlikely rap star