Actor, musician, poet and New York native Saul Williams is starring in a new film, “Akilla’s Escape.”
Oscar-winning actress Halle Berry knows a lot about perseverance in Hollywood.
Academy Award-winning director Steve McQueen (“12 Years a Slave”) describes the feeling of his new film, “Lovers Rock,” as “church.”
Well educated and well heeled, the Hadleys of Albion are like many of the world’s elite families.
Oscar-winning actress Regina King did it with her film directorial debut, “One Night in Miami,” currently screening at TIFF, which the actress hopes “can inspire real transformative change.” Amazon Studios picked up “One Night in Miami” with plans to release ...
“Selma” star David Oyelowo steps behind the camera directing his first feature film “The Water Man,” which screened at TIFF. Tapping into his childhood to make an adventure fantasy film where young Black kids can see themselves on screen.
There is something very rewarding about covering the Toronto Film Festival (TIFF) from the safety of my Harem apartment.
There is a saying in the entertainment industry that highlights the resilience of the artist. That saying is “the show must go on,” and for the 58th New York Film Festival, that’s exactly what’s going to happen from Sept. 17-Oct. ...
In the age of COVID, film festival directors are finding creative ways to screen movies for audiences without gathering large groups at indoor venues. Hence the 2020 ABFF Online Edition.
There is a saying in the entertainment industry that highlights the resilience of the artist.
The documentary “Maurice Hines: Bring Them Back” is a stirring look at legendary Harlem-born dancer of stage and screen Maurice Hines.
Veteran NBC 4 New York/WNBC Black news anchor David Ushery was recently elevated into a new station role, co-anchoring the 4 p.m. and 11 p.m. editions of “News 4 New York.” He will join co-anchor Natalie Pasquarella on both shows ...
Yusuf Hawkins’ death and the racial tension of its aftermath were the main topics in the new HBO documentary “Yusuf Hawkins: Storm Over Brooklyn.”
The first scene of “The 24th” is shot in black and white. In tight close-ups, the camera pans across the characters’ faces.
Brought to the screen by the creators of “90 Day Fiancé,” the series features five new couples with returning favorites Bill and Brianna from Dallas and Gentille and Brian from Las Vegas.