Oscar winner and Tony nominee Tarell Alvin McCraney’s first television project “David Makes Man,” which premiered Aug. 14 on the Oprah Winfrey Network—OWN, is an instant classic.
The world knows Sherri Shepherd, 52, as a very funny woman. A standup comic, she earned her spot in comedy by performing all over the U.S. before landing it big as one of the hosts on “The View.”
Moviegoers will get an inside look at the modern American political landscape as director Emily Harrold’s “While I Breathe, I Hope” comes to Brooklyn’s Stuart Cinema this August.
The Dec. 12th Movement International Secretariat will host a screening of the “Durban 400,” a documentary film of the historic World Conference against Racism held in Durban, South Africa in 2001.
Mira, mis amigos it’s time to mark your calendar to celebrate The New York Latino Film Festival, the nation’s premier and most diverse Latino film festival—a touchstone of the nation’s thriving multicultural cinematic movement—which kicks off its 16th edition Monday, ...
Hang on. Take a deep breath. Netflix, the world’s leading internet entertainment service with over 148 million paid memberships in over 190 countries, has ordered a new sketch comedy made by and about Black culture.
Stu (Kumail Nanjiani), a mild-mannered sporting goods clerk, moonlights as an Uber driver.
Potsdam, N.Y. is the kind of town where Confederate flags fly without notice.
The animated story of “The Lion King” is such a classic now that Disney would have been downright foolish to tinker with perfection.
It has been reported that film and theater mogul Tyler Perry has partnered with Viacom to create a new BET streaming service.
Diversity, diversity, diversity and its sister word—inclusion—have become new buzz words used (so often) to announce that the entertainment industry is making needed changes in their white-as-usual programming in television and film.
Is “Spider-Man: Far From Home” worth your hard-earned money? Yes, yes it is. You might even kick yourself (hard) that you didn’t spring for that big box of popcorn.
Woody (Tom Hanks) is back and so is Buzz Lightyear (Tim Allen) and the rest of the gang and in this new chapter, they are involved in Bonnie’s first day of kindergarten, a family road trip and the discovery of ...
It’s 2019 and John Shaft has taken up residence inside the historic building that’s owned by the New York Amsterdam News—can you dig it?
X-Men, the mutant humans born with superhuman abilities, return to the big screen. In “Dark Phoenix,” the mutants do battle with one of their own, Jean Grey, who possesses telepathic and telekinetic skills.