Join Harlem-Based ArtMattan Films As They Join The New Virtual Cinema Landscape

Harlem’s ArtMattan Productions started its activities in 1993 spotlighting international cinema directed by and focusing on people of color all over the world. Continue Reading →

Netflix Documentary Leads To Review Of Malcolm X’s Murder In Harlem

The investigation into Malcolm X’s death in Harlem, NY, could be reopened after new information was detailed in a Netflix series. Continue Reading →

Cynthia Erivo First Look As Aretha Franklin In “GENIUS: ARETHA” (Video)

National Geographic and Fox 21 Television Studios will release a first-look, national teaser promo for GENIUS: ARETHA during this Sunday’s Oscars® telecast airing on ABC. Continue Reading →

Check It Out Harlem, It’s The 5th Annual Inwood Film Festival At Inwood Art Works

Inwood Art Works, a nonprofit organization that creates and curates professional performing and visual arts in the Inwood community, is announcing the return of the Inwood Film Festival March 13 – 15, 2020 for its milestone 5th annual film festival. Continue Reading →

‘AfroPoP’ Introduces Viewers To ‘Amina’ From Harlem To The World

What does it mean to be black, female, and foreign in a world that doesn’t value these attributes? Continue Reading →

New: OWN Sets Premiere Date And Unveils Trailer For “Cherish The Day,” From Ava DuVernay

OWN: Oprah Winfrey Network has revealed the premiere date and official trailer for its new original anthology drama “Cherish the Day,” created and executive produced by Emmy winner/Academy Award nominee Ava DuVernay (“Queen Sugar,” “When They See Us”). Continue Reading →

OWN Announces Premiere And Unveils “David Makes Man” With Oscar Winner (Video)

OWN: Oprah Winfrey Network announced today that its anticipated new drama series “David Makes Man” from Academy Award winner Tarell Alvin McCraney (“Moonlight“) and Warner Horizon Scripted Television will premiere. Continue Reading →

Dontre Conerly Hosts “Fear No Gumbo” With Director Kimberly Rivers-Roberts At ADIFF In Harlem

In this program, Hurricane Katrina is explored as it happened in August 2005. It was a category 5 hurricane that affected New Orleans, Mississippi, Bahamas and Cuba, to mention a few of the affected areas. Continue Reading →


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