Terence Nance's unauthorized, heavily abridged, biographical, visual and supersonic moment about the fact that Jimi Hendrix knew how to skydive.
Damani Baker’s intimate family portrait of his stalwart mother who moves her family to Grenada to fight for social justice and Black life, and encounters an invasion by the United States. Q&A with the director following the film.
Celebrating its 46th edition in this year, the New Directors/New Films festival introduces New York City audiences to the work of emerging filmmakers from around the world. Throughout its rich, nearly half-cent...
ARRAY's new release of Heidi Saman's 2016 film "Namour" kicks off ImageNation's 2017 Women's History Month celebrations of female filmmakers.
Can't tell you how happy I am for director Barry Jenkins and the cast and crew of Moonlight, which just took home the Best Picture Award a few days ago in this year's Oscars. As you may recall, we covered his ...
Exploring Baldwin's deep and piercing insights into America's many divisions.
As the fight for inclusion continues, The Oscars aren't the ‘be all, end all’ for how Black actors and Black films should be viewed,