Black Films

Three weeks after a court demanded that the state of Michigan send bottled water to residents who are still impacted by contaminated water, state officials are still trying to fight that order.

The 1982 film is part of Array Classics, a new film initiative whose goal is to connect rarely seen gems with a new audience.

This instant classic directed by Rick Famuyiwa had a gorgeous cast with A-listers and fresh faces alike including Chanel Iman, A$AP Rocky, Zoe Kravitz and Shameik Moore. Have you seen Dope, yet?

Matt Damon's politically incorrect standpoint on diversity has added to the ongoing conversation of racial inequality in Hollywood.

Romantic thriller The Perfect Guy exceeded predictions at the box office, opening strong and taking the top spot in ticket sales over the weekend. According to…

Word on the “Black cinema” streets is that Brotherly Love is the new Juice or Boyz N The Hood. Based on the trailer, the homage is…

Chile, while we were already planning to see Chocolate City, in anticipation of its May 22nd release in theaters, this trailer right here got us feeling some…

Mark those calendars for Sunday, May 16, because you’re going to want to witness why Queen Latifah just might score an Emmy nod for her…

We have compiled a list of ten black [and some not so black] films that shifted not only the world of cinema but culture as…

Originally titled Bandes des Filles (“band of girls” or “gangs of girls”) in its native France, Girlhood‘s story specifically follows Marieme. We’re introduced to her as…

Pop culture experts and journalists Tim Gordon and Jawn Murray joined Roland Martin Friday on “NewsOne Now” to discuss Kevin Hart’s recent comments about African-American cinema and…