Check out the official trailer and poster for the Idris Elba-led African war drama, ‘Beasts of No Nation,’ in theaters and available on Netflix worldwide on October 16, 2015.
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In solidarity with recently slain Mexican photojournalist Rubén Espinosa, PBS has made ‘Reportero,’ a documentary on the dangers faced by journalists covering narcotics traffickers and corrupt politicians, available globally for streaming through October 2, 2015.
Rapper/actor André 3000 has been cast in the second season of ABC’s ‘American Crime’ as the father of a teen boy accused of rape.
Check out a teaser for Netflix’s ‘Beasts of No Nation,’ an African war drama starring Idris Elba, out on October 16, 2015.
‘Beasts of No Nation,’ an African war drama starring Idris Elba, will premiere worldwide on Netflix and in limited theaters on October 16, 2015.
Marc Silver‘s Sundance-winning documentary, ‘3 1/2 Minutes, Ten Bullets,’ chronicling the story of Jordan Davis, has begun its New York City theatrical run.
Support post-production for ‘FREE CeCe!,’ a documentary from executive producer Laverne Cox that explores CeCe McDonald’s incarceration and life as an advocate and prison abolitionist.
A trailer has been unveiled for independently produced TV pilot, ‘MysEducation,’ a drama depicting the plight of teen girls navigating education, friendship and the harsh realities of South Side Chicago.
Writer-director Rebecca Johnson recently spoke with BBC R4’s Woman’s Hour about her new film, ‘Honeytrap’ (2014), a revenge-drama film based on the South London murder of teenager Shakilus Townsend in July 2008.
Following its U.S. debut at SXSW in March, a new clip has surfaced from ‘Honeytrap’ (2014), a revenge-drama film based on the South London murder of teenager Shakilus Townsend in July 2008.
“If you’re not careful, the newspapers will have you hating the people who are being oppressed, and loving the people who are doing the oppressing.” – Malcolm X
Los Angeles’ infamous serial killer Lonnie Franklin, Jr. is at the center of Nick Broomfield‘s latest documentary, ‘Tales of the Grim Sleeper,’ now available on HBO.
Loveless Society’s Bradley Cox calls for the end of “self-reflection” that doesn’t also challenge oppressive systems.
Netflix has bought worldwide rights to the Cary Fukunaga-directed African war drama ‘Beasts of No Nation,’ starring Idris Elba.
With “Blacker The Berry,” Kendrick Lamar unleashes a scathing critique on some generational intra-racial issues.
Iggy Azalea is not criticized because she has a vagina, she’s criticized for being a modern-day Jim Crow era-inspired minstrel without the blackened face.
Director Göran Hugo Olsson visualizes Frantz Fanon’s analysis of the dehumanizing effects of colonization in ‘Concerning Violence: Nine Scenes from the Anti-Imperialist Self-Defense.’
Where is today’s protest music? J. Cole, Elle Varner, T.I., Ezra Furman, Lauryn Hill, The Game and more answer with a soundtrack dedicated to Michael Brown and Ferguson, Missouri.
Atlanta-based rapper Killer Mike has taken to Instagram to reach people’s hearts by posted an image of Michael Brown’s parents with a heartfelt message.
Keith Olbermann sounds off on the NFL’s lenient two-game suspension of Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice and examines sexism in sports.