The year 2018 finished with a strong fall for hip-hop and the biggest hit of Ariana Grande’s career
“If Beale Street Could Talk,” the newest project from Academy-nominated director Barry Jenkins has yet to hit theaters and is already receiving plenty of buzz and support.
The stars came out in full swing to honor this year’s Angel Ball, an annual gala that raises money for blood cancer research. Hosted at Cipriani Wall Street in NYC, this year’s benefit was bigger and better than ever with its guestlist and performances.
A near deafening scene of a crazed crowd opens up the film “A Star is Born.”
As a part of New York Fashion Week Friday, Visa teamed up with ‘The Talks,’ and a group of female fashion entrepreneurs to present the “Fashion is Changing” panel. With a roster of of big names rising in the fashion industry, the panel came together to discuss inclusion, supporting each other, and avoiding having their voices stifled.
During the New York premiere of “The Little Stranger” last night at the Metrograph, director Lenny Abrahamson shared his journey to adapting the airy horror novel, written by Sarah Waters, to the big screen.
The significance of Spike Lee’s latest venture BlacKkKlansman, lies in equal parts between its thought-provoking content at face value, and the national context it’s being released within.
Monday afternoon (July 23) in New York, a special group of fans were treated to an exclusive performance from singer Hailee Steinfeld at the “Make Your Dreams Stick” event hosted by Post-it.
‘Generation Wealth,’ the newest documentary from director Lauren Greenfield, hosted its New York premiere to an enthusiastic audience this past Monday at the Museum of Modern Art.
Filmmaker Kevin Macdonald’s newest project “Whitney” takes an in-depth look at the late iconic popstar Whitney Houston.