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Spy on ‘Snowden’—It’s an excellent film!

Edward Joseph Snowden was a computer whiz who wanted to put his talents to work for the United States Government.

Kevin Hart’s ‘What Now?’—Not now!

Kevin Hart’s “What Now?” tour is the centerpiece of this film. Hart performs before a record-setting, sold-out performance filmed outdoors in front of 50,000 people at Philadelphia’s Lincoln Financial Field.

Reel Sisters kicks off film fest

Reel Sisters of the Diaspora Film Festival & Lecture Series will present more than 40 films that are guaranteed to inspire, uplift and spark conversations among family and friends

‘The Girl on the Train’ is an entertaining ride

“The Girl on the Train” is the story of Rachel Watson’s life post-divorce.

NY Film Fest’s opening night

The New York Film Festival’s opening night is considered to be the world’s most prestigious celebration of cinema, and the AmNews was part of a very select group of journalists invited to celebrate, mix and mingle.

Fox airing 'Showtime at the Apollo' special in December

Steve Harvey is hosting host SHOWTIME AT THE APOLLO, a two-hour event on Dec. 5

FX moves ahead with Singleton’s ‘Snowfall’

Deadline Hollywood is reporting that FX is moving ahead with “Snowfall,” giving a 10-episode series order to John Singleton’s drama inspired by the early days of the crack cocaine epidemic in Los Angeles in the early 1980s.

‘Magnificent 7’ doesn’t live up to its name

It’s been 56 years since the original “The Magnificent Seven” first hit the big screen.

‘The Birth of a Nation’ hits theaters

Veteran cinematographer Elliot Davis should be nominated and win several awards this season for his stunning visuals in Nate Parker’s “The Birth of a Nation.”

Ava DuVernay’s ‘13th’ hits Netflix Oct. 7

Ava DuVernay’s “13th” opened the 54th New York Film Festival with a jolt! Did you feel it?

Cage match: Does the comics’ ‘Luke Cage’ jibe with TV’s?

Artist/designer L.A. Williams and George Carmona III, contributing writer for BlackSci-Fi.com sit down for a conversation.

Nat Turner and Nate Parker in Harlem

Celebrating his 62nd birthday with the community, Rev. Al Sharpton hosted a screening of the film " The Birth of a Nation" at Harlem's AMC Magic Johnson Theater with Nate Parker.

Ava DuVernay hopes her documentary '13th' will spark a 'revolution within'

Ava DuVernay tackles racial division in America and the disproportionate incarceration of African-American men in her new Netflix documentary, "13th."

VIDEO: Nate Parker addresses rape case in emotional '60 Minutes' interview

Director Nate Parker wants people's focus back on his film "Birth Of A Nation" and not on his 1999 sexual assault case.

DuVernay doc opens New York Film Fest

Hip hip hooray, hip-hip-hurray—this is our collective cheer for former unit publicist, producer and award-winning film and TV director, Ava DuVernay.