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A Social Life

A Social Life

| March 16, 2016

If folks can pull themselves away from social media on a Sunday afternoon, then they should take out a little time to go to the Center for Remembering and Sharing, 123 4th Ave., in New York City to see a short film called “A Social Life.” This is a “short film about a career driven woman who’s […]

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Triple 9

Triple 9

| February 26, 2016

Like a double-edged blade, John Hillcoat’s latest film, Triple 9 manages to cut both ways. On one side, it’s a well crafted, action packed heist film. On the other side, it contains too many convoluted plot lines and crossing paths that seem to converge into a head on collision of mediocrity in its final 20 […]

Shok

Shok

| February 19, 2016

Few films have been made about the ethnic cleansing of Albanian people in Kosovo that took place in the late 90′s, and now fifteen years since those atrocities and eight years since the independence of Kosovo, the small country has garnered its first Oscar nomination with the short film ”Shok.” On February 17th 1016, just weeks […]

Naz and Maalik

Naz and Maalik

| January 21, 2016

Naz and Maalik is the story of two young men, who are probably just entering their early years in college, who live in Brooklyn, New York, who are just trying to find their way through life. They both peddle lottery cards, incense and other items on the street to help support themselves. They both live […]

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Creed

Creed

| January 20, 2016

Creed is such a good movie, and the combination of director Ryan Coogler and Michael B. Jordan brings another collaboration from this pair that we witnessed in Fruitvale Station, the story of Oscar Grant, who was killed by police in San Francisco during the first days of the year 2009. Creed features Jordan, who plays Adonis […]

Star Wars: The Force Awakens (Full Spoiler Review)

Star Wars: The Force Awakens (Full Spoiler Review)

| December 21, 2015

Gargantuan, is the first word that comes to mind when thinking of Star Wars these past few months. Ever since Disney had wrangled the rights from George Lucas, people knew that this next phase of the legendary Hollywood franchise was going to be massive. No one could get away from anything Star Wars related. With […]

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23rd Annual African Diaspora International Film Festival in New York

23rd Annual African Diaspora International Film Festival in New York

| November 22, 2015

23rd Annual African Diaspora International Film Festival in New York Idris Elba, Anthony Mackie, Geraldine Chaplin, Epatha Merkerson, Jennifer Connelly, Michael Clarke Duncan, Sonia Sanchez, Rusty Cundieff, Stanley Nelson, and Thierry Michel are some of the names that lead the 23rd African Diaspora International Film Festival. ADIFF 2015 has selected a total of 57 films […]

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Motley’s Law screening Nov. 16 and 17 at DOC NYC

Motley’s Law screening Nov. 16 and 17 at DOC NYC

| November 13, 2015

A documentary that is so revealing, while shedding a light on corrupt legal justice systems across the globe is called Motley’s Law, which just screened as its World Premiere at the 51st Chicago International Film Festival. The doc now moves to screenings in New York City and then on to Denmark, the country in which […]

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Fools screening at the Big Apple Film Festival

Fools screening at the Big Apple Film Festival

| November 4, 2015

Fools, a film by Benjamin Meyer, will screen at the Big Apple Film Festival, Thursday, November 5th, 8:30 p.m. at the Village East Cinemas. Meyer will be in attendance. Fools, Meyer’s feature directorial debut, which he also wrote, won the Audience Award at its World Premiere Screening in June at Dances with Films Festival in […]

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The Wonders

The Wonders

| October 30, 2015

Life can begin with a sting. Although the barbs of a bee’s stinger often produce pain and a potentially debilitating poison, a toxin within the venom called melitten has been shown to poke holes in the protective shells of many viruses, including HIV. The idea of life surfacing out of dire emotional and physical circumstances […]

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