The Miami International Film Festival runs March 2 to the 11. Sugarcane has chosen a few films that will be of interest to our readers.
Musica: WORLD-RENOWNED BLUES GUITARIST AND SINGER/SONGWRITER ROBERT CRAY AND”BLUES SINGING SENSATION” SHEMEKIA COPELAND PERFORM IN MIAMI
In celebration of Black History Month, The Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts of Miami-Dade County and Larry Rosen, together with presenting sponsor TotalBank, present JAZZ ROOTS:
In her debut fiction novel, They Still Call Me Sister , Deborah Plummer Bussey entertains readers with a stirring cozy mystery about sexual obsession, a murder investigation and political scandal in Atlanta, Georgia.
Superimposing an African imagination on filmmaking processes, the 5th Talent Campus Durban will ignite the creativity of 40 selected filmmakers from Africa in a series of masterclasses, workshops and industry networking opportunities during the Durban International Film Festival.
A little more than a year ago, radical political and social changes in the Arab world were triggered by a series of mass uprisings and demonstrations.
Moet & Chandon and the Blackhouse Foundation Present “Dinner With Bevy” In Honor of Actors Rashida Jones and Jesse Williams
The Blackhouse Foundation events hosted during the opening weekend of the 2012 Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah, were attended by such music and film icons as Quincy Jones, Dennis Haysbert, Common, Ice T, Biz Markie, Toni Braxton, and Estelle.
NATE PARKER, STAR OF GEORGE LUCAS’ “RED TAILS” BECOMES EXECUTIVE PRODUCER FOR THE FILM “RESURRECTING LOVE”
Actor Nate Parker has teamed up with Bay Area author China Galland and son, filmmaker Ben Galland, to produce the documentary feature film, Resurrecting Love: