Tag: Black Hollywood

Barry Jenkins to Hollywood: Adapt More Black Literature | Colorlines The “If Beale Street Could Talk” director discusses the importance of the Black literary canon to the film industry.">Barry Jenkins to Hollywood: Adapt More Black Literature | Colorlines The “If Beale Street Could Talk” director discusses the importance of the Black literary canon to the film industry.

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The “If Beale Street Could Talk” director discusses the importance of the Black literary canon to the film industry.
Barry Jenkins to Hollywood: Adapt More Black Literature | Colorlines The “If Beale Street Could Talk” director discusses the importance of the Black literary canon to the film industry." class="btn btn-sm btn-link"> Read More

A Former Superagent Bets Big on a More Diverse Hollywood | The New York Times Magazine After years as the industry’s top African-American talent agent, Charles D. King is building an audacious new production company — with a vision for bringing long-neglected stories to the screen.">A Former Superagent Bets Big on a More Diverse Hollywood | The New York Times Magazine After years as the industry’s top African-American talent agent, Charles D. King is building an audacious new production company — with a vision for bringing long-neglected stories to the screen.

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After years as the industry’s top African-American talent agent, Charles D. King is building an audacious new production company — with a vision for bringing long-neglected stories to the screen.
A Former Superagent Bets Big on a More Diverse Hollywood | The New York Times Magazine After years as the industry’s top African-American talent agent, Charles D. King is building an audacious new production company — with a vision for bringing long-neglected stories to the screen." class="btn btn-sm btn-link"> Read More

Claiming the Future of Black TV – The Atlantic After a banner year for African Americans on television in 2016, can the industry normalize this success? ">Claiming the Future of Black TV – The Atlantic After a banner year for African Americans on television in 2016, can the industry normalize this success?

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After a banner year for African Americans on television in 2016, can the industry normalize this success?
Claiming the Future of Black TV – The Atlantic After a banner year for African Americans on television in 2016, can the industry normalize this success? " class="btn btn-sm btn-link"> Read More