HBCU

Watch the Exciting Teaser for Stanley Nelson’s HBCU Doc

by Britni Danielle

At this year’s Sundance Film Festival, director Stanley Nelson told a packed crowd at the Blackhouse, a space dedicated to supporting Black multi-platform content creators, that... Read More

Will & Jada Smith Are Partnering With Sundance to Support Diverse Filmmaking

Will & Jada Smith Are Partnering With Sundance to Support Diverse Filmmaking

by Britni Danielle

Nina Simone once said, “It’s an artist’s duty to reflect the times,” and Will Smith and Jada Pinkett Smith want to help new artists... Read More

Black Sundance: 10 Films Not to Miss

Black Sundance: 10 Films Not to Miss

by #teamEBONY

The Sundance Film Festival comes splashing into Park City, Utah today, jam-packed with what is shaping up to be some pretty interesting films this... Read More

The Force Behind Sundance’s “Potent” Black Films

Black Films Shine at Sundance

by #teamEBONY

The story of the killing of a rising young Black leader in 1969 hit the Sundance audience hard. As the details of Fred Hampton’s... Read More

Dear White People

Dear White People Entertains at Sundance

by #teamEBONY

“For all the White people in the audience, on behalf of all the Black people in the world, you most definitely have permission to... Read More

Anita Hill

The Anita Hill Documentary Can Teach a New Generation About Sexual Harassment

by #teamEBONY

Saturday night at the Sundance Film Festival, the documentary titled Anita premiered. In the film, director Frieda Mock takes a look back at a look at... Read More

Shari Frilot

All Roads Lead to Sundance Film Festival

by Gil Robertson IV

There is perhaps no greater marketplace for American cinema than the Sundance Film Festival. Established in 1983 by screen icon Robert Redford, the annual... Read More

Prison

New Documentary Attacks the ‘War on Drugs’

by Chris Williams

For forty one years, the United States has been embroiled in the longest war in the nation’s history. Since its inception by President Richard... Read More

BlackStar Film Festival Launches

BlackStar Film Festival Launches

by Una-Kariim A. Cross

Imagine the city of brotherly love as the hot bed for an independent Black film festival started by a woman. Its success could locate... Read More

Beasts of the Southern Wild

[INTERVIEW] The Rising Stars of “The Beasts of The Southern Wild”

by Sergio Mims

Called by the New York Times “Among the best film to play at Cannes in the last two decades” the remarkable magical realism film,... Read More