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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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.
Enjoy the official English-language trailer for ‘Adama,’ a French animated film that follows the journey of a young West African boy through Europe at the height of World War I.
Netflix has bought worldwide rights to the Cary Fukunaga-directed African war drama ‘Beasts of No Nation,’ starring Idris Elba.
‘Half Of A Yellow Sun,’ an epic Nigerian drama starring Oscar nominee Chiwetel Ejiofor (’12 Years A Slave’) and Thandie Newton (‘For Colored Girls’), is set for a U.S. premiere on May 16th in New York City.
Bill Siegel’s ‘Trials of Muhammad Ali’ documentary is set to air on PBS’ Independent Lens on April 14th.
This February the Smithsonian Channel will premiere ‘Breath of Freedom,’ a documentary on African-American WWII soldiers who experienced being equals for the first time in Germany, and returned home determined to change their own country.
‘The Trials of Muhammad Ali’ has been picked up for North American distribution with openings in NYC and nationwide starting August 23.
A documentary on Muhammad Ali’s biggest battle, ‘The Trials of Muhammad Ali,’ will soon make its debut at the Tribeca Film Festival, and an official poster has been released.
Celebrity blogger Wendy Cheng aka Xiaxue is described as the Paris Hilton/Rush Limbaugh of the blog world in Singapore. Her views on rape make me vomit a little. Do women really say these things?
Actor and socially/politically conscious emcee Mos Def, now using the stage name Yasiin Bey, recently dropped his own interpretation of Jay-Z and Kanye’s infectiously popular “Niggas In Paris.”
When Rihanna recently premiered her mini-movie/music video for “Man Down,” she must have known that a controversy would erupt.
After Marcus Price heard from a close friend about how children in the Democratic of Congo are being affected by one of our world’s deadliest wars, he knew that they needed to create some positive change.