Wendell Pierce remembers a lot of traveling back and forth between New York City and San Francisco in the fall of 1991.
There are four more days left to enjoy the 2016 Tribeca Film Festival, which, after 15 years, is still shaping and re-shaping itself and celebrating the power of the storyteller.
Denzel Washington will star in and direct a film version of August Wilson’s “Fences” for Paramount Pictures, with Viola Davis on board to star, according to Variety.
A capacity crowd filled the Linden Multiplex Theater as Brooklyn native Jermaine “Jay Everyday” Smith returned to East New York to premiere his film, “A Piece of Me: An Everyday Story.”
Here is what should not be missed at the 2016 Tribeca Film Festival.
She’s baaack! It’s been 10 years, but the fast-talking, hair-cutting, weave-weavers at Calvin Barbershop are back with full comedic force.
The new comedy “Barbershop: The Next Cut” opens April 15 and features Ice Cube, Cedric the Entertainer, Regina Hall, Anthony Anderson, Eve and Oscar winner Common.
The second season of hit comedy series Mann & Wife, starring Daivd and Tamela Mann premieres Tuesday, April 5
Vanessa Bell Calloway is an unlikely amalgam of God-given gorgeousness, dramatic chops and unbeatable comic timing.
Co-creator Danny Strong wrote and directed the March 30 spring premiere of “Empire” entitled “Death Will Have His Day.”
As the world is shocked by the unexpected death of the British prime minister, the leaders of the Western world, including U.S. President Benjamin Asher (Aaron Eckhart), immediately make plans to attend the funeral in London.
New Orleans is famous for its processions, but on Palm Sunday, Tyler Perry and a host of stars will take things to a new level with a live, modern-day portrayal of the last hours of Jesus' life on Earth.
The casting of Zoe Saldana to play civil rights icon and singer Nina Simone in an upcoming biopic has reignited a debate about race and skin tone in Hollywood that goes beyond just black and white
Upcoming events for the emerging spring season.
Consistent with what many would want the Academy Awards to actually be, a diverse group of New Yorkers came together at Harlem’s Shrine World Music Venue