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Donald Glover’s ‘Guava Island’ Debuts After Coachella Set as Childish Gambino | The New York Times

Joe Coscarelli, The New York Times Donald Glover and Rihanna in “Guava Island,” streaming on Amazon., Featured Image “Guava Island,” a new 55-minute film starring Donald Glover and Rihanna, was released as a limited-time free stream on Amazon overnight Saturday, during Glover’s headlining set as Childish Gambino at the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival. The mysterious project, which has been teased for months, features Glover as Deni, a singer hoping to bring the mystical island of Guava together with a music festival, while Rihanna plays his girlfriend, Kofi, and provides voice-over during a fairy-tale-like animated introduction about the fictional […]

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Michael B. Jordan Partners With Netflix To Bring ‘Raising Dion’ To The Masses | Okayplayer Michael B. Jordan is staying in the superhero business by producing this 10-episode, hourlong sci-fi black family drama called Raising Dion for Netflix.

Michael B. Jordan is staying in the superhero business by producing this 10-episode, hourlong sci-fi black family drama called Raising Dion for Netflix.

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Moonlight Director Barry Jenkins on What Scared Him Most About Making Such a Personal Film – Slate In advance of the Oscars this Sunday, where Moonlight is up for eight awards including Best Picture, we're reprinting this conversation from October 2016 between the film's writer-director Barry Jenkins and Slate's Aisha Harris.

In advance of the Oscars this Sunday, where Moonlight is up for eight awards including Best Picture, we’re reprinting this conversation from October 2016 between the film’s writer-director Barry Jenkins and Slate’s Aisha Harris.

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“I Am Not Your Negro” film based on James Baldwin book One of the most artistic and daring political statements at this year's Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF), was the world premiere of Haitian-born Raoul Peck's I Am Not Your Negro, based on James Baldwin's unfinished book Remember This House.

One of the most artistic and daring political statements at this year’s Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF), was the world premiere of Haitian-born Raoul Peck’s I Am Not Your Negro, based on James Baldwin’s unfinished book Remember This House.

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