Writing Black Stories From Different Perspectives | Tammi Mac

Tammi and her guests will discuss the importance of Black stories being told by Black creatives, and debate if white filmmakers should tell them. SUBSCRIBE to FOX Soul Black Thought on YouTube!! ►►https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCLRQKqh0BVM3NWBRZN3vrKA WATCH LIVE & EXPLORE MORE at: https://www.foxsoul.tv/ Download the FOX SOUL app to watch LIVE shows and full episodes while on the … Read more

Black and White Writers CAN Collaborate! | Tammi Mac

Tammi and her guests will discuss the importance of Black stories being told by Black creatives, and debate if white filmmakers should tell them. SUBSCRIBE to FOX Soul Black Thought on YouTube!! ►►https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCLRQKqh0BVM3NWBRZN3vrKA WATCH LIVE & EXPLORE MORE at: https://www.foxsoul.tv/ Download the FOX SOUL app to watch LIVE shows and full episodes while on the … Read more

Should White Writers Tell Black Stories? | Tammi Mac Full Episode

Tammi and her guests will discuss the importance of Black stories being told by Black creatives, and debate if white filmmakers should tell them. SUBSCRIBE to FOX Soul Black Thought on YouTube!! ►►https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCLRQKqh0BVM3NWBRZN3vrKA WATCH LIVE & EXPLORE MORE at: https://www.foxsoul.tv/ Download the FOX SOUL app to watch LIVE shows and full episodes while on the … Read more

Top 5 Classic Black Horror Movies of the 1990s

#Trailer #Movies #HorrorMovie Top 5 Classic Black Horror Movies of the 1990s In celebration of Black History Month, we’re kicking-off our own little tribute to all the iconic films, actors, and directors of the genre, with a glimpse at some of the great movies of yester-year, the Top 5 Classic Black Horror Movies of the … Read more

"Black History Month is Every Month!" with Adrienne Whaley – A CWNY Interview



“Black History Month is Every Month!” is an interview with Adrienne Whaley, Queens Underground International Black and Brown Film Festival Founder.
Interview hosted by: Kati Fernandez and Cecilia Venosta-Wiygul, Center for the Women of New York.
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Black excellence in cinema: Film critic Michael Dennis shares his picks

More and more films are telling Black stories, featuring Black casts and being powered by Black writers, directors and producers. In honor of Black History Month, the PIX11 Morning News is showcasing this rising voice in Hollywood. Filmmaker and founder of ReelBlack.com, Michael Dennis, joined the show to share a few of his picks of … Read more

"Gina Carey", Palm Springs First African American Female Filmmaker Interview

Film Critic Manny The Movie Guy Interviews “The First African American Female Filmmaker of Palm Springs, CA”, Gina Carey for more info on Gina Carey, go to http://www.ginacareyfilms.com or https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gina_Carey for more information on the CV Indie Film Awards, go to http://www.cvindiefilmawards.com or visit http://www.gnauniversalmedia.com filmed by Phred Mosbey https://www.imdb.com/name/nm8532513/ source

David Olusoga | Black History Month and statues in public spaces | A Twitter Spaces interview

We caught up with Professor of Public History, David Olusoga OBE, prior to chairing a Black History Month panel event at The University of Manchester. David spoke about the debate around statues and public memorials in Manchester and Bristol. He poses questions about how diverse voices and communities can be engaged in cultural policymaking. source

The Duke Is Tops (1938) – Lena Horne’s Film Debut

The Duke Is Tops is a 1938 American musical film released by Million Dollar Productions and directed by William Nolte. The film was later released in 1943 under the title The Bronze Venus, with Lena Horne given top billing. The Duke Is Tops features the film debut of singer Lena Horne, who was still 20 … Read more

The Quiet One (1948)

The story of a lonely young boy growing up in Harlem. Using a semi-documentary technique, the film-makers realistically capture the hostile environment which leads the boy to delinquency. The youth is sent to Wiltwyck School for rehabilitation, where a psychiatrist and counselor try to break through the wall of silence which the boy uses to … Read more

Murder on Lenox Avenue (1941)

Dramatic events in a Harlem apartment house center around Pa Wilkins, chosen by the Better Business League to replace their ousted, crooked leader Marshall…who wants revenge; and Pa’s ward Jim Bracton, a two-timing Romeo whose affairs are coming to a crisis. And hanging around is Marshall’s murderous junkie henchman, Lomax. Will it all end in … Read more

Amos & Andy: Anatomy of a Controversy (1983)

History of the Amos & Andy characters from radio to controversial all black tv cast show cancelled in 1953..Hosted by George Kirby. Features Redd Foxx,Rev.Jesse Jackson,Alvin Childress,Ernestine Wade.. source

Big Fella (1937) – Paul Robeson Film

Big Fella is set on the docks and streets of Marseilles. Paul Robeson stars in the leading role, as a street-wise but honest dockworker who struggles with deep issues of integrity and human values. Elisabeth Welch plays opposite him as a café singer in love with him. Robeson’s wife, Eslanda Robeson, appears as the café … Read more

Ten Minutes To Live (1932) – Oscar Micheaux Film

A movie producer offers a nightclub singer a role in his latest film, but all he really wants to do is bed her. She knows, but accepts anyway. Meanwhile, a patron at the club gets a note saying that she’ll soon get another note, and that she will be killed ten minutes after that. Cast … Read more