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2014 Tribeca Film Festival makes NYC jam-packed with great choices!

The festival programmers for the 2014 Tribeca Film Festival, which will be presented by AT&T on April 16-27, should stand proud and strut with a cocky style often associated with “big pimping.”

Brooklyn native brings home the NY Emmy

On Sunday, March 30, Brooklyn native and five-time New York Emmy nominee Tyrik “Keyz” Washington captured the gold for his musical arrangement “Pamela Gonzales” at the 57th annual New York Emmy Awards Gala, held at the New York City Marriott ...

Spotlight on Sisters in Cinema at MoCada

New Voices in Black Cinema focused the spotlight on Black females in film for Women’s History Month.

Leguizamo’s ‘Ghetto Klown’ a pitiful disappointment

When the powers at HBO get behind a developing artist, they absolutely pour their resources and passions into that artist’s growth.

Another Kenyan Steals The Limelight Over Highly-Praised New Book

Yvonne Adhiambo Owuor was the “Woman of the Year”, winner of the prestigious Caine Prize for African Writing, screenwriter and organizer of the Zanzibar International Film Festival.

Fans of the original ‘300’ have nothing to fear

Action and fantasy lovers, have no fear! “300: Rise of an Empire” is going to thrill old fans and gain new ones!

Isaiah Washington returns to ‘Grey’s’ after seven-year absence

African-American actor Isaiah Washington lost his lucrative and popular role on the ABC drama “Grey’s Anatomy” in 2007

First-ever White House film festival and millions in software for students

President Obama and the White House host the first-ever student film festival and promise millions of dollars in software for use in classrooms across the country.

“Husband material” Marcus Pierce stars in new reality TV show for Bravo

One of the stars of Bravo's latest reality show, "Online Dating Rituals of the American Male" shares a little bit about himself and what he's looking for in a lady.

In the press room at the Oscars

I am a cinephile, so there is no greater thrill than covering the Oscars.

‘300: Rise of an Empire’ won’t disappoint!

“300: Rise of an Empire” won’t disappoint fans of the first blockbuster

‘Ikland’ shines light on bias of historians

It’s widely understood that history is told by the winners, but few understand how much is packed into that fact.

Black pride for Lupita Nyong’o’s Oscar prize

Lupita Nyong’o won an Oscar for Best Supporting Actress for her role in the Hollywood feature “12 Years a Slave.”

All eyes on Lupita Nyong’o and “12 Years a Slave” at the 86th Annual Academy Awards

One of the most talked about actresses and one of the year's best films came out on top at the Academy Awards this Sunday.

General Motors diversity communications shines during 45th annual NAACP Image Awards Weekend

General Motors took time out to educate select members of urban media about Crystal Windham, the first African-American woman to be named director of design for Chevrolet passenger cars and small crossover interiors