The Emmy-winning and Oscar-nominated director has signed a multi-year and multi-genre overall deal with the Peter Roth-run studio. It’s...
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African American Film Critics Association Celebrates 10th Year Anniversary Arts & Entertainment, Empowerment, Featured
The AAFCA celebrates ten years of bridging the gap of exposure for filmmakers and artists with 10th AAFCA Awards Gala
This award season, the African American Film Critics Association (AAFCA) will celebrate ten years of bridging the gap of...
‘Power’ Creator Courtney A. Kemp Sets New Multi-Year Deal at Lionsgate Arts & Entertainment, Featured, Power Players
Kemp announces that Season 6 of 'Power' will be it's last, but viewers can still expect powerful content from the creator and producer.
Courtney A. Kemp is staying in business with Lionsgate. The creator and co-showrunner of the hit Starz series “Power” has signed...
Why Amandla Stenberg says ‘The Hate U Give’ movie is making white people cry Arts & Entertainment, Featured
The screen adaption based on the death of Oscar Grant come from the perspective of a teenage girl that mirrors reality all too well.
Amandla Stenberg’s newest movie The Hate U Give is a timely, impactful movie that confronts police brutality and the intersection of racism and...
Rolling Out Hosts Second Annual RIDE Conference, Here Is Your Free RIDE Recap Business Sense, Featured, RYSE News
Empowering the next generation of digital leaders, the two day conference succeeds in its mission.
Kicked off by the Tri-Cities high school marching band, the 2018 RIDE Conference hosted by Atlanta based media platform...
Michael B. Jordan teams with Warner Bros. to launch policy on studio diversity and inclusion Arts & Entertainment, Featured
New policy allows under-represented communities more opportunities in front and behind the camera
WarnerMedia, the parent company of Hollywood studio Warner Bros., announced Wednesday a company-wide policy aimed at increasing diversity and...
AAFCA: 15 Years of Progress Arts & Entertainment, Featured
As the organization marks a milestone, its mission of fostering opportunities for black artists and critics continues
The African American Film Critics Assn. is celebrating its 15th anniversary this year. It all began in 2003 when...
Pharrell Williams Encourages The Special Differences in Every Child Arts & Entertainment
Williams is Encouraging Individuality as the 'New Wealth'
Despite Disney’s message of ‘be who you are’ and an abundance of other motivational posters, children are bombarded with...
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