On Wednesday, April 7th, the 12th Annual African American Film Critics Association (AAFCA) hosted a virtual award ceremony, to honor the very best films, directors, actors, producers, artists, and world changers of our time.
The new streaming service, which launched on November 1st, promises a different kind of conversation.
The closing night film at New York Film Festival, “Motherless Brooklyn” is an exercise in self-indulgence from Edward Norton, a hodge-podge of ideas without any real cohesion.
Julia Hart’s latest superhero epic makes every conceivable choice, and thus, no choice at all.
Gugu Mbatha-Raw, star of 2014’s Beyond the Lights and 2018’s Irreplaceable You, is a part of the noteworthy cast of Disney’s adaptation of A Wrinkle in Time in a role unlike any she’s tackled before.
“Irreplaceable You” is the heartwarming, romantic story of Abbie (Gugu Mbatha-Raw) and Sam (Michiel Huisman), best friends since childhood who are engaged to be married, and whose tranquil New York lives come crashing down when Abbie receives an unexpected diagnosis.
Directed by Gary Ross, and based on the life of confederate soldier turned rebellion leader Newton Knight, Free State of Jones is unlike any other American Civil War film as we see the protagonist Newton Knight switch sides and challenge the very authority he has come from.
The cover is a continuation of the magazine’s “Fresh Faces” series.
While it doesn’t have the impact for change it possibly could have, Concussion is a starring vehicle showing Will Smith at his best…something audiences haven’t seen for a long time.
Concussion is bound to give the NFL a massive headache, focusing on the work of Dr. Bennet Omalu and his discovery of CTE, a common disease found in football players.