The Apollo Theater announced today the line-up for Black LifeMatters: A Program of Short Films & Conversation, which launches the return of the innovative quarterly series Apollo Film Presents:
This week in African art and culture, there are new spaces to explore art and new exhibitions to view new works by emerging artists in the contemporary art scene.
By April Dobbins Shalini Kantayya’s illuminating tech-documentary, Coded Bias, follows Joy Buolamwini, an artificial intelligence (A.I.) researcher who makes it her mission to fight algorithmic bias.
Acclaimed Actress, Director and Acting Coach Tasha Smith Expands Her TSAW Actors Workshop With Online Classes
Tasha Smith has had an accomplished and varied career in entertainment. Whether she is tackling a plethora of fan-favorite acting roles, crafting stories from behind the camera as a director or supporting other artists through the Tasha Smith Actor’s Workshop (TSAW,) Tasha’s impact on Hollywood runs deep.
Above: Beyoncé Knowles Carter, Photo courtesy of Parkwood Entertainment, Disney+. Beyoncé Knowles-Carter has done it again. By “it,” I mean everything I didn’t even know I needed right now.
Director Celeste Li is a creative at heart, but growing up in a working-class family where everyone had practical careers made a deep impression on her.
WORLD Channel will mark the 30th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act this July with feature films and online events that highlight inclusive and diverse programming about people with intellectual and physical disabilities.
It has been a tumultuous couple of weeks for Black folks in America. The unjust loss of Black life coupled with the reverberating financial and emotional impacts of COVID-19 is traumatizing.
Today Netflix and production company Fiction Valley announce the first Dutch Netflix feature film. The film is written by Golden Calf winning duo, Shady El-Hamus