black films

Whoopi Goldberg Feels George Floyd’s Murder Helped Bring Her Emmett Till’s Project To Life

She also comments on her feelings toward the woman, Carolyn Bryant Donham, who lied on Till, which led to his death.

Black Films At TIFF 2022, Here's What To Keep On Your Radar

From ‘The Woman King’ to ‘Sidney’ and ‘A Jazzman’s Blues’ there are a lot of films headed your way soon that you have to watch!

Jordan Peele Hints At ‘Nope’ Follow-Up Film: “We’re Not Over Telling These Stories”

The film served as Peele’s third directorial film.

Here’s Our ‘Wizard Of Oz’ Fantasy Casting Suggestions For Kenya Barris

The ‘black’ish’ creator is set to write and direct a modern version of the classic movie.

Denzel Washington Shares ‘Training Day’ Originally Wasn’t Meant To Have A Black Lead

He reveals film director Antoine Fuqua “brought the gangster” to the film.

Jordan Peele’s New Film ‘Nope’ Debuts At No. 1 With $44 Million

The UFO thriller is Peele’s third consecutive hit, following his modern classics ‘Us’ and ‘Get Out.’

7 Foreign Films and Shows To Stream Right Now

Check out’s specially curated list of international media to watch before the jet-lag sets in!

A’Ziah King Calls Out A24 Over Award Show Snub

“No one thought to invite me,” the writer-producer says.

5 Sundance Shorts to Keep On Your Radar

These projects spotlight the next generation of vanguard Black filmmakers.

9 Black Films The Oscars Flagrantly Snubbed

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Nate Parker's Film Made History at Sundance

The Birth of a Nation received rave reviews.