Tuesday, April 23, 2019
Brainy Kids Television, CGI Africa, Andrew Abulu

Brainy Kids Television – CGI Africa Animation Studios Programming For Kids

Creating content for children is a struggling market yet a growing one. Even mainstream publications like the New York Times do not appear to...

[Tweet of the Day] Jill Marie Jones

I LOVE my Twitter Bugs & to answer ur questions...if they did a Girlfriends Movie...I would do it...I always say that. I'm sure this quote...

5 Ways To Make The Oscars Better

Without question, the highlight of Sunday night's Academy Awards show was cute little 9-year old Quvenzhané Wallis flexing her muscles. Shirley Bassey (who sang...

Harvard University Conference To Discuss The African Movie Industry

The 14th annual Harvard African Business Conference will take place this weekend March 2-4. Chineze Anyaene and Zelalem Woldermariam will be speaking in a...

Is Hollywood Strung On Guns?

The year was 1983. Director Brian De Palma, writer Oliver Stone, and actor Al Pacino, better known to some as Tony Montana, would make...

Steve McQueen Joins Harry Belafonte On Paul Robeson Biopic

The director of 12 Years a Slave, Steve McQueen, is teaming up with Harry Belafonte to produce a Paul Robeson biopic. According to Steve McQueen,...

America’s Forgotten Black Cowboys Of The Old West

Quentin Tarantino's Oscar-winning Western, Django Unchained, is one of relatively few Hollywood films depicting a black cowboy. In reality there were many, some of...

James Franco’s “D” Grade Spurs NYU Racial Discrimination Lawsuit

The school has bent over backwards to create a Franco-friendly environment, that’s for sure. The university has done everything in its power to curry...

The NYTimes And The War On Black Men – Operation Blacklash

The media’s treacherous smear campaign against Black men continues this week with some insidious headlines. The character assassination of Black men in the media vehemently...

How The UN Introduced Cholera Into Haiti – A Filmmaker’s Story

Baseball In The Time of Cholera is an excruciating emotional social justice documentary. How did Cholera become an epidemic in Haiti? After more than 7,000...