Although nations around the world appreciate the brave heroics of the Avengers, the leaders from the international community become weary of the collateral loss of innocent lives and the massive property damage resulting from the super heroes’ otherwise effective crime-fighting ...
A new television spot featuring New York Amsterdam News Publisher and Editor-in-Chief Elinor Tatum is running on Centric.
LeToya Luckett has been cast to play singer Dionne Warwick in a planned film about the singer's life, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Stars and filmmakers were out during the opening night of this year's New York African Film Festival.
All eyes were on Fox's primetime drama Empire on Thursday night as one of the season's pivotal moments could change everything.
ImageNation Cinema Foundation is hosting a night of rare animation and discussion on race centering on the 11 banned and controversial Looney Tunes and Merrie Melody cartoons.
It was over so quickly: Davis Mitchell (Jake Gyllenhaal) and his wife are driving one seemingly normal weekday afternoon when a car crashes into the side of their vehicle, killing her. He reacts strangely to her death.
What goes up must come down. After a heartbreaking childhood where she is shuttled from foster home to foster home, Michelle Darnell (Melissa McCarthy) climbs to the top of the business world, becoming the CEO of three Fortune 500 companies
Ironically, the fact that some people don’t expect complexity from comics might be the very reason why social issues are often addressed in them, yet “fly under the radar.”
The 23rd New York African Film Festival opened May 4, marking the 50th anniversary of Ousmane Sembene’s celebrated first feature, “Black Girl.”
The recent Tribeca Film Festival brought some of the most dynamic, exciting and promising new digital storytellers in the industry.
If Kendrick Lamar’s “Alright” is the new Black power anthem, then Beyoncé’s entire “Lemonade” album is the new Black women power anthem.
Prince's cult classic "Purple Rain" is coming back to the big screen.
he Tribeca Film Festival—15 years strong—is still celebrating the power of the storyteller. As they continue to push the boundaries of storytelling the interactive and virtual reality section has become a popular draw.
Wendell Pierce remembers a lot of traveling back and forth between New York City and San Francisco in the fall of 1991.