Tuesday, September 25, 2018

Tag: black Film

9 African Kings and Queens Whose Stories...

Hollywood often portrays the enslavement portion of Black history. The constant portrayal of Black people as only slaves inaccurately and negatively contributes to the...

Nollywood Is Coming of Age and Everyone...

It is certainly no secret that the proud nation of Nigeria, a major oil producer and Africa’s leading economy, has recently experienced its share...

‘The HateFul Eight’ Director Quentin Tarantino Reveals...

Director Quentin Tarantino is under fire after an interview with the New York Times. In the director's career, he has been chastised for his liberal use...

10 Amazing Ladies That Totally Rocked the...

The term blaxploitation was created by former film publicist Junius Griffin in the early 1970s. It is considered the first genre to regularly feature...

‘Beyond the Lights’ Filmmaker Gina Prince-Bythewood Wants...

While no stranger to Black love films, filmmaker Gina Prince-Bythewood told NPR that it is one of her goals to obliterate the term "Black...

South Africa Launches Black Film Fund

Exactly two decades after the first democratic election in South Africa, programming at the Durban International Film Festival has included retrospection and introspection on...

Slavery on Screen: Creators of Roots Discuss...

Recently as described by CNN, there has been a Renaissance of sorts in African American cinema. Several contemporary films have focused on a large...

Wilson Morales, An Editor With His Eye...

Wilson Morales, editor of BlackFilm.com, said that his mission is to promote films of color—both the talent in front of the camera and also...