At the American Black Film Festival, the actress gave advice to future movie makers.
The American Black Film Festival (ABFF) announced the lineup of over 25 narrative features, web originals, short films and
The event, which recognizes actors and film producers of African descent in the motion picture industry, is set to take place
In America, New York City to be specific, we take pride in referring to our diversity and blending of cultures as a "melting pot." With this ideal as a basis for our nation, how does something like this happen?
Keith David. Pure Magic. The sound of his voice. The rhythm of his walk. The manner in which he demands you do a double take.
I took time this summer to attend the American Black Film Festival (ABFF) again so that I could have an opportunity to seek out something new, something fresh. I was on a mission to look for fresh faces in the industry.
The Duke is an unmistakable man of presence. His full name is William Henry "Bill" Duke. He is not only a film actor but a director with an extraordinary history and with an even more unbelievable past. No one could dream up a life like his in their dreams, so it must be a true story.
In light of this very somber weekend with the decision regarding Trayvon Martin, I didn't know if it would be a good idea to release a story about the highlight of my trip to Miami to cover the American Black Film Festival.
As the summer begins to peek through what seems like a long winter, I added ABFF, The American Black Film Festival, to my agenda of things to attend this summer. So Miami here I come once again.
There are some films that mesmerize like a slowly burning fire. The embers, glowing shades of red, gold and orange, mixed with smoky black, pop and explode unexpectedly, and the sparks keep the onlooker from getting too close. Enter Storm Saulter's Better Mus' Come.