ImageNation Partners With Power 105.1 For Their Film And Music Festival 2017

ImageNation Cinema Foundation is excited to announce their new partnerships with Power 105.1 FM and Urban Movie Channel for their 15th annual ImageNation Outdoors Festival: Six Nights of Soul Cinema Continue Reading →

Reel Sisters And ImageNation Screenings Of ‘In The Morning’ In Harlem

Join ImageNation & Reel Sisters for the screening of In The Morning and Night Shift at on May 5, 2017, 9 pm screening at Imagenation Cinema Foundation Raw Space In Harlem. Support Continue Reading →

“Ayanda” At ImageNation’s RAW SPACE In Harlem

Join Reel Sisters For Arrays screening of Ayanda. AYANDA is a coming-of-age story that takes us into a vibrant Johannesburg community alive with love and humor, risk and reward, tragedy Continue Reading →

Moikgantsi Kgama Talks Black Panther On The Danny Tisdale Show

Join Moikgantsi Kgama, founder of ImageNation Cinema Foundation discuss the movie Black Panther, with host Danny Tisdale, on The Danny Tisdale Show. Support The Next Generation Of Publisher’s At H.Y.P.E.! The Harlem Continue Reading →

Sponsored Love: It’s Gonna Be A Beautiful Night, A Soul Train Tribute to Prince (update)

It’s become the hottest Jam in the park over the last 4 years! The Soul Train Tribute presented by Imagenation Cinema Foundation & InJoy Enterprises is an annual tribute to Continue Reading →

Breakin’ Convention Hip-Hop Dance Theater At The Apollo

The Apollo Theater will kick off its 2015-2016 season with the return of Breakin’ Convention, an International Festival of Hip-Hop Dance Theater and a Sadler’s Wells London project from October Continue Reading →

Harlem’s NBPC Gives Grant To ‘Althea’ Documentary (updated)

Support The Next Generation Of Publisher’s At H.Y.P.E.! The Harlem-based National Black Programming Consortium (NBPC) has made a grant in support of Althea, the award-winning documentary about trailblazing tennis star Continue Reading →

HW Talk: The State Of Indie Filmmakers Of Color In Harlem (update)

ImageNation Foundation, Reel Sisters and Harlem World Magazine have partnered to create the Harlem World Magazine  HW Talk Series regarding the State of Indie Filmmakers of Color. Support The Next Generation Continue Reading →