Black Nativity's Jacob Latimore talks about his role in the new blockbuster
There are many reasons to embrace the feel-good holiday film “Black Nativity"
“Black Nativity,” written and directed by Kasi Lemmons, is based on the rich and timeless work of Langston Hughes Langston Hughes, Black Nativity, Kasi Lemmons, Forest Whitaker, Angela Bassett, Tyrese Gibson, Mary J. Blige, Nas, Jennifer Hudson, Raphael Saadiq, Laura Karpman, Otis Sallid, Naima, Langston,
Last night, we soaked up the soulful vibes of Harlem as the swinging hamlet welcomed the cast and crew of director Kasi Lemmons’ holiday musical “Black Nativity.” Jacob Latimore, Black Nativity, Harlem Village Academies High School, Harlem, Fox Searchlight Pictures, Kasi Lemmons, Apollo Theater, Forest Whitaker, Angela Bassett, Jennifer Hudson,
This year, it seems that the industry has taken a deeper interest in films depicting the past struggles of African-Americans
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The film awards season—September through March—is upon us, and I’m confident that “Captain Phillips,” directed by Paul Greengrass and starring two-time Academy Award winner Tom Hanks, will receive a heap of nominations and awards—and it will be deserving of all of them.
Some of the tools needed to make the new thriller “Gravity,” written by Alfonso Cuarón and his son, Jonás Cuarón, and starring Academy Award winners Sandra Bullock (“The Blind Side”) and George Clooney (“Syriana”), visually exciting didn’t exist when the team began their journey. Those visual innovations were born from creative necessity, and those brave innovators should stand tall and proud.
Conception, birth and the journey called life. Rebirth and the effects of gravity. Why do I exist? That weighty question has been asked by people for ages. Our collective heads tilt toward heaven as we marvel at the canopy of stars and ponder our place in the vast and unknowing universe. That existential question still remains the topic of debates. These simple and immediately gripping topics are brilliantly explored in “Gravity,” written by Alfonso Cuarón and Jonás Cuarón and starring Academy Award winners Sandra Bullock (“The Blind Side”) and George Clooney (“Syriana”).