Film

Kenyan Animated Film Yellow Fever Explores Colorism Among Girls and Women

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Kenyan filmmaker Ng’endo Mukii thesis project at London’s Royal College of Art, touches upon the subject of colorism and the effects it has on African women. The colorful multimedia film highlights the issues some African women have with their darker skin, as well as the growing...

100 Year Old Black Film Discovered

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It’s amazing when hidden treasures and gems are discovered! The New York Times reported that what may be the earliest surviving film with a Black cast, made in 1913, was found in the film archives of the Museum of Modern Art. The New York Times...

A New Documentary Vows to Expose The Truth “They Don’t Want You to Hear About White People”

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On the heels of police brutality and the anger raging in America, there is a documentary coming to a theater near you that promises to reveal the truth “they don’t want you to hear about white people.” The documentary entitled “Spanish Lake” will focus on...

Angela Bassett to Direct Whitney Houston Biopic for Lifetime

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It’s been more than two years since Whitney Houston’s untimely death in February 2012, and ever since she passed away whispers of a biopic have swirled throughout the industry. While Houston’s former mentor Clive Davis was rumored to be working on a film, it looks...