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Nia Long On 'Love Jones' Days: 'We Have Not Seen A Film Like This Since'
It's been 20 years since we've seen that Darius and Nina kind of love.
Want To Rewatch Your Favorite Black Films In Theaters? Now You Can.
'SouledOut Cinema' is a new venture that's bringing classic black films back to the big screen.
The American Shame: The Academy and Its Lack of Diversity
Jamell N. A. Henderson, MPA
Change begins with one, therefore it shall begin with me
While I commend the courage to have African-American individuals in the film industry to boycott the Academy Awards, it is a much deeper issue.
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If 'Save The Last Dance' Was Released In 2016
Today marks the 15th year anniversary of the film's release.
Nzingha Stewart Talks Latest Film
With This Ring
Nsenga K. Burton, Ph.D.
Founder & Editor-in-Chief of The Burton Wire and Digital Edito...
Stewart, who wrote the screen adaptation and directed the film, says the movie is about more than their friendships. It's about women waiting for the next big thing in their lives to happen in order to be happy.
African-American Movie Attendance Nets Major Increase With Over 170 Million Viewers
2013 was a pivotal year in black film, with the release of several motion pictures highlighting black history and the black
America's Black Movie Amnesia: Non-slavery Films Sell, Too, Guys
This weekend moviegoers filed in to see “The Best Man Holiday,” the highly anticipated sequel to the 1999 film “The Best
Black Hollywood's Renaissance Moment: Is The 'Obama Effect' Behind It? (TELL US)
That said, it doesn't seem like too much of a stretch for the film industry to benefit as well. Or does it? On Facebook, readers
BV's Blacks And Film Series: Help Us Select Our First Movie For Review
February is officially the first month of BV's Blacks And Film Series. We heard your calls and requests for deeper conversations
Dear Black Romcoms, Where'd You Go?
Oh how I miss those days. The days when finding a culturally relevant movie somewhat reflective of my everyday life and with a decent soundtrack didn't require flipping through the "African-American" or "Urban" film categories on my Netflix.
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Think Like A Man Sequel On The Way
It may have been a surprise to some in Hollywood, but those a bit more aware of the market knew that Think Like A Man would
Black, Homophobic Horror Flicks
Monroe’s a religion columnist, weekly commentator on Boston Pu...
Just as the films with black gay themes are problematic, so, too, are some of the well-known black actors who portray LGBTQ characters, making it difficult for African-American viewers to see and actualize black LGBTQ Americans in a healthy and wholesome light.
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