Yared Zeleke‘s award-winning ‘Lamb’ (2015) has found a U.S. distributor and can be expected to hit U.S. theaters in Spring 2016.
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A first trailer has been unveiled for ‘Lamb,’ a brilliant drama about an Ethiopian boy and his pet sheep.
Enjoy a first look at ‘Lamb,’ a brilliant coming-of-age drama making its world premiere at the 2015 Cannes Film Festival as the first Ethiopian feature ever screened as an “Official Selection.”
Eric Kolelas‘ post-apocalyptic short drama, ‘HOLD,’ beautifully packs a lot of emotion and commentary on humanity in just seven minutes.
“There’s a myth that Black women don’t have power in Hollywood. We’ve found 75 who do,” says Essence Magazine, which will soon host its 7th Annual Black Women in Hollywood Luncheon.
Any photographer, or person remotely interested in photography should be excited for this new exhibit honoring the legendary Gordon Parks, ‘Gordon Parks: 100 Years.’ NYC’s International Center of Photography is displaying more than 50 of his most memorable pieces including photographs that documented the civil rights era and America’s struggles with racism, urban and rural poverty and politics.