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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Ahead of its PBS premiere, ‘ALTHEA,’ the story of tennis champion Althea Gibson (1927-2003), will screen at the Schomburg Center on August 25.
‘Tango Negro,’ a film that highlights the contributions of varied African cultures in the creation of the dance popularly known as the tango, is in limited theaters in Chicago and New York City through August 20, 2015.
‘Through A Lens Darkly: Black Photographers And The Emergence Of A People,’ a documentary exploring how Afro-American communities have used the camera as a tool for social change, will screen tonight, July 8, at the 2015 Newark Black Film Festival.
‘Black Panther Woman,’ a documentary on Marlene Cummins and the little known Australian chapter of the Black Panther Party, is set to screen at the New Voices in Black Cinema Festival in Brooklyn, New York.
Biting satire ‘Dear White People’ will arrive on VOD (Amazon/iTunes) on January 20, 2015 and DVD/Blu-Ray on February, 3, 2015.
Sundance Prize winning film ‘Dear White People’ has been jointly acquired by Lionsgate and Roadside Attractions.
‘Brothers Hypnotic,’ a documentary on the 8 brothers who make up the remarkable sounds of the Hypnotic Brass Ensemble, is screening in NYC on July 27th.
A documentary on Amy Winehouse’s life and career is set to debut at Cannes Film Festival in May.
On April 5th Jada Pinkett-Smith’s powerful new documentary film, ‘Free Angela and All Political Prisoners,’ will be shown at select theaters in major cities.
On October 9th, BAM Cafe will host a special sneak peak of Ava DuVernay’s award-winning fim, Middle of Nowhere. A discussion with the director and others on art, Black cinema, and more will follow. The film won the Directing Award for U.S. Dramatic Film at the 2012 Sundance Film Festival (first ever won by an African American).
Amel Larrieux is set to perform at Weeksville Heritage Center’s annual Garden Party and Emancipation Day celebration in Brooklyn on July 7th. The day commemorates the end of slavery in New York State and provides an alternative independence day, along with another reason to party in BK!
An Innovative Web Series Reminiscent of a Latin “Cheers” Crossed With Spike Lee’s “Do The Right Thing,” Explores The Comedic Side of Gentrification.