Hadasah Ingrid Talks About ‘Lakay’ On The Danny Tisdale Show

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Listen to a conversation with Hadasah Ingrid, filmmaker, actress, HW writer and Danny Tisdale on The Danny Tisdale Show as they discuss her great review of the new film “Lakay; Home is Where Haiti Is.”  Continue Reading →

A Film Festival For The Entire Harlem Family!

mailYou and your family are cordially invited to The 6th Annual KidCinemaFest’s  Opening Night at Alianza Dominicana Cultural Center.

We are proud to announce that the French film  ERNEST & CELESTINE  will open the film festival this Wednesday!  Continue Reading →

Sponsored Love: Reel Sisters Screens ‘Half of a Yellow Sun’

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SATURDAY, OCT. 25, 2014 * 7:35 pm * Kumble Theater, BK

Buy Tickets Now: Here

Reel Sisters, Imagenational Cinema Foundation and Kumble Theater will offer a screening of the award-winning film Half of a Yellow Sun at Kumble Theater, LIU Brooklyn. Continue Reading →

Harlem’s NBPC’s Launches Webinars For Creatives

film festival 2014Harlem based National Black Programming Consortium (NBPC), the nation’s primary presenter of stories about the Black experience on public media, has launched a series of webinars on various aspects of producing serial nonfiction broadcast content and nonfiction and fiction webisodic content for public media. Continue Reading →

Rudy’s World: At The Urbanworld Film Festival Red Carpet

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By Rudy Collins

Harlem World Magazine was in the house on 34th Street Loew’s Orphean hosted the 2014 Urban Film Festival sponsored by BET and HBO in New York City. Continue Reading →

OCKTOBERFEST Returns Triumphantly for Its 2nd Annual Film Festival

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Emelyn Stuart is on a mission. To turn OCKTOBERFEST into one of the strongest and influential film festivals in New York City and of course the world! Stuart herself didn’t say that but what if it does? Continue Reading →

“Free Angela” By Harlem Director Shola Lynch At Maysles

shola lynchFor the sixth year running, TheMaysles Cinema hosts the Black Panther Party Film Festival with film by Harlem resident and director Shola Lynch. Continue Reading →

Lakay; Home is Where Haiti Is

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By Hadasah Ingrid

A new Documentary about Two Brothers Who Return Home to Find Family But Find Themselves

“Haiti is broken.” A life changing phone message from a significant sobbing voice . But those are the words Tirf Alexius heard from his mother about their homeland. Continue Reading →