WATCH: New Doc Captures Black Southerners’ Resistance | Colorlines "What You Gonna Do When The World's On Fire?" looks at communities and how its residents cope with police violence and economic displacement.

“What You Gonna Do When The World’s On Fire?” looks at communities and how its residents cope with police violence and economic displacement.

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Netflix To Distribute Spike Lee-Produced Film ‘See You Yesterday’ | Deadline Netflix has come aboard to distribute See You Yesterday, a travel drama produced by Spike Lee’s 40 Acres and a Mule Filmworks. The pic is the directorial debut from Stefon Bristol, Lee’s long-time NYU Graduate Film School protege.

Netflix has come aboard to distribute See You Yesterday, a travel drama produced by Spike Lee’s 40 Acres and a Mule Filmworks. The pic is the directorial debut from Stefon Bristol, Lee’s long-time NYU Graduate Film School protege.

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Film About Free Black Women Millionaires In The 1800s Coming To Screen | Madame Noire

Facebook0Twitter0MailVeronica Wells , Madame Noire One of the criticisms we’ve had about period pieces that center Black people is the fact that so many of the stories center around slavery, struggle and subservience. But a new film seeks to do something different. The play The House That Will Not Stand, is becoming a film. The […]

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No More “We Can’t Find Any Black Female Writers”: Here Are 62 Scribes in One Photo | The Hollywood Reporter For The Hollywood Reporter's largest shoot ever, members of Black Women Who Brunch, a networking group co-founded by Lena Waithe, gather to discuss how the industry can better understand black women in Hollywood: "We have to be exceptional."

For The Hollywood Reporter’s largest shoot ever, members of Black Women Who Brunch, a networking group co-founded by Lena Waithe, gather to discuss how the industry can better understand black women in Hollywood: “We have to be exceptional.”

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Restoration of Horace Jenkins’ African-American Romeo & Juliet to Premiere in New Orleans and DC | Roger Ebert.com A few years ago producer Sandra Schulberg told me a mesmerizing story about a film made by the late artist, Horace Jenkins, who died before it's theatrical release, and whose film lay lost for three decades.

A few years ago producer Sandra Schulberg told me a mesmerizing story about a film made by the late artist, Horace Jenkins, who died before it’s theatrical release, and whose film lay lost for three decades.

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