SAMMY DAVIS, JR.: I'VE GOTTA BE ME Directed by Sam Pollard (USA, 100 min.) NYC PREMIERE SUN. NOV. 12, 1:30PM (SVA Theatre) TUE. NOV. 14, 12:15PM (IFC Center) Series: Centerstage When you think ...
8th annual DOC NYC Film Festival focuses on Sammy Davis Jr., Lorraine Hansberry, Black politicians, and the roles Black women have always played in the global fight against HIV/AIDS
At a time when most people wouldn't, and couldn't, Recy Taylor spoke up
There are a ton of films at this year's New York Film Festival, but these are the ones we think you should make special effort to see.
Much more than a coming-of-age story, "Dayveon" is a transfixing piece of storytelling
Religious conservatism X macho patriarchy + denial and sexual suppression.
Burnett’s film classic “Killer of Sheep” plays alongside “Bless Their Little Hearts” in an exclusive NYC re-release
Woodberry’s Newly-Restored “Bless Their Little Hearts” Begins Exclusive Screenings w/ Burnett’s “Killer of Sheep”
Two restored cinematic classics highlighting nuanced Black life begin new theatrical runs.
A raw and exclusive look behind the scenes at the history and legacy of Bad Boy Records through a complex portrait of the label's mastermind, Sean "Puffy" Combs, as he reunites his Bad Boy Family for a homecoming concert over the course of a frantic three week rehearsal period.