“Endangered by the Moving Image,” At The Museum of the Moving Image

black and brownCheck out the Museum of the Moving Image’s upcoming program Endangered by the Moving Image: The Criminalization of Black and Brown Bodies on February 1st, 2015. Continue Reading →

‘Still Alice’ About Harlem Professor Premiered In NY

hbz-still-alice-lindsay-ellingsonTissues. Lots of tissues. That was the audience’s general request after last night’s screening of Still Alice, hosted by Cinema Society, Montblanc and Dom Perignon. Continue Reading →

‘Claudine,’ 1974, A Harlem Story, Full Movie (video)

vlcsnap-2014-01-17-18h35m51s120Claudine is a 1974 American film, produced by Third World Films and distributed by 20th Century Fox. Starring James Earl Jones, Diahann Carroll, and Lawrence Hilton-Jacobs, it is noted for being one of the few mainstream films, featuring an African-American cast released during that time, which was not a blaxploitation film. Continue Reading →

Harlem’s Yaya Dacosta Host AfroPoP Series

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Actress Yaya DaCosta, soon to be seen in the title role of Lifetime’s I Will Always Love You: The Whitney Houston Story,will host the public television series AfroPoP: The Ultimate Exchange as it returns for its seventh season.

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‘Selma,’ The Most Prolific Film Ever

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By Eartha Watts-Hicks

On December 15th, 2014, I was at an Academy screening and Q&A for Selma. This is probably one of the most prolific films I have ever seen. Continue Reading →

Annie, Official Trailer In Theater Christmas In Harlem (video)

annie in harlemAcademy Award® nominee Quvenzhané Wallis (Beasts of the Southern Wild) stars as Annie, a young, happy foster kid who’s also tough enough to make her way on the streets of West Harlem in 2014. Continue Reading →