Gender & Sexuality
New Film ‘Dope’ Is Bound to Be a Hit
New Film Revisits the 1983 US Invasion of Grenada
Ava DuVernay and David Oyelowo Will Produce Hurricane Katrina Drama
Video: ‘Light Girls’ film to explore colorism in Black community
Egypt bans ‘Exodus’ movie for historical inaccuracies
NWA biopic casting call criticized for being racist
Award-winning director Alton Glass makes history, wins in all nominated categories at Black Film Festival
Lupita Nyong’o options rights to film based on Americanah
Creator seeks to educate urban community on investing through film project
Every single lead actor in the ‘Gods of Egypt’ is white
‘Dear White People’ film creator uses satire, comedy to tackle race
Video: Documentary explores vilification, fear of black men
Newspaper under fire for offensive ’12 Years a Slave’ headlines
NSBA adopts curriculum based on ’12 Years a Slave’
Lawsuit: 10-year-old gets leg broken by cop after filming him
Are positive black male leads endangered in film?
Italian poster for ’12 Years A Slave’ diminishes star Chiwetel Ejiofor, highlights Brad Pitt
Kartemquin Films offers diversity film fellowship to people of color
History Channel’s “Roots” remake in the works
Chadwick Boseman Lands Lead Role in James Brown Biopic
Actor Lee Thompson Young Found Dead
Moviegoer Accuses Regal Cinema of Racial Profiling at ‘The Butler’ Showing
Harry Lennix Calls The Butler ‘Historical Porn’; Sounds Off on Media Depictions of Black Men
Russell Simmons Apologizes; Pulls Harriet Tubman Sex Tape
U.S. Distributor for Australian Film ‘The Sapphires’ Apologizes for Racist, Sexist DVD Cover
Oprah Winfrey: Trayvon Martin Parallels Emmett Till
Spike Lee Has a Script for a ‘School Daze” Sequel
WATCH: Amazing Trailer for ‘Half of a Yellow Sun’
Idris Elba Stars as Nelson Mandela in Upcoming Biopic
Could Light-Skinned Women Ever Be the Subject of a Documentary like “Dark Girls”?
New book from Zora Neale Hurston about the last survivor of the Atlantic slave trade to be released in 2018
He’s gotta stop it: A Black, polyamorous femme on the Netflix “She’s Gotta Have It” reboot
Where were internet access crusaders when Facebook stopped Korryn Gaines from streaming cops murdering her?
To the women who bent my reflection: How internalized misogyny creates toxic relationships among women
The Black church taught me to be a docile victim, and now I renounce its lessons
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