Black Films

Ruth E. Carter, Black film, Black costume design, Black style, Ruth E. Carter book,
A new book will give fans and fashion lovers an intimate look at the masterful career of two-time Oscar-winning costume designer Ruth E. Carter.
/ March 21, 2023
Sundance Film Festival, Black films, independent films, Teyana Taylor, Nikki Giovanni,
After over a week of film at the The Sundance Film Festival, the annual staple in independent cinema is coming to a close this …
/ January 28, 2023
MACRO Lodge, Sundance Film Festival,
Lena Waithe, Ryan Coogler, Misty Copeland and more are set to appear at various events at MACRO’s annual inclusive showcase at Sundance.
/ January 20, 2023
"Fantasy Football" movie premiere
“Fantasy Football” is here. The brand new family film produced by and starring Marsai Martin has hit Paramount+ just in time for the …
/ December 1, 2022
Cadillac Celebrates The 92nd Annual Academy Awards - Arrivals
Zoe Saldana says filming her new Netflix series, “From Scratch,” stirred up emotions from her life she thought she had dealt with long ago.
/ October 20, 2022
H.E.R. is slated to appear in a movie musical version of ‘The Color Purple’ playing a role originated by Rae Dawn Chong in the 1985 movie.
/ August 28, 2021
The film’s still untitled, and no plot’s been revealed yet, but Daniel Kaluuya may reportedly co-star alongside Palmer.
/ February 17, 2021
Third Annual Celebration of Black Cinema
Chawick Boseman and actress Tessa Thompson were among the Black actors who recieved Critics Choice Awards this year.
/ February 3, 2021
Michael B. Jordan is a co-ambassador for the Social Justice Now film festival which is happening online and at drive-ins.
/ October 21, 2020
This interwoven intersectionality of the Black LGBTQIA communities is reflected in the independent short film LiME, written and directed by Donta Storey.
/ June 23, 2020
Spike Lee’s newest film, BlacKkKlansman, tells the story of the racial divide that seems to transcend time. The movie comes […]
/ August 10, 2018
Today BlacKkKlansman opens in theaters nationwide on the one-year anniversary of arguably America’s ugliest day of 2017: Charlottesville’s “Unite the Right” […]
/ August 10, 2018
Sorry to Bother You
There are tons of films you should be seeing this weekend including ‘Sorry To Bother You,’ ‘Blindspotting’ and ‘The Equalizer 2.’
/ July 27, 2018
Luther Vandross was outed as gay after his death.
In this exclusive op-ed for, African American Film Critics Association Vice President, Daryle Lockhart, reflects on the status of diversity […]
/ January 3, 2017
Luther Vandross was outed as gay after his death.
The African American Film Critics Association said 2016 had been the best year for the black community on the film screen both in casting and storylines.
/ November 29, 2016
Luther Vandross was outed as gay after his death.
NEW YORK (AP) — At a Gotham Independent Film Awards overshadowed by the election of Donald Trump, Barry Jenkins’ coming-of-age […]
/ November 29, 2016
Luther Vandross was outed as gay after his death.
Saturday, November 12, 7.5 million viewers tuned into Dave Chappelle’s edition of “Saturday Night Live.” The show, which featured musical […]
/ November 29, 2016