Carmine Pierre-Dufour and co-director Sandrine Brodeur-Desrosiers portrays the sensitivity between a mother and her daughters in ‘Fanmi’
Five decades after the rebellion, “Attica” manages to make it as shocking and visceral as if they just happened.
Shot fittingly in black and white, there’s nothing particularly horrifying or unsettling that happens in “White Devil.”
The film glossed over certain things, like Warwick’s time on the Psycho Friends Hotline, with which she became synonymous in the 90s.
The series champions four Black female documentarians whose films range from youth advocacy and maternity to Black gaming.
The documentary takes viewers back to the time when Harry Belafonte hosted Johnny Carson’s The Tonight Show for a full week in 1968.
The director weaves archival footage from Gregory’s comedy sets with clips of Gregory getting beaten by cops and marching in protests.
‘As of Yet’ is a breezy, slice-of-life film about today’s state of being that, even despite its dull approach, manages to strike a nerve.
R#J, the contemporary update of Shakespeares’ Romeo and Juliet, out of Sundance, falls short of the mark, says our reviewer.
Silly, empty, and entirely perplexing, First Date, a teen comedy about a borrowed car, never really hits it off with its audience.
‘Ailey’ attempts to demystify an admired yet enigmatic man, but only manages to provoke more unanswered questions.