In the second season of this Peabody-winning show, filmmaker Terence Nance puts an emphasis on spirituality, rituals and Black love.
"Black Panther" director Ryan Coogler will produce the sequel, with "Random Acts of Flyness" creator Terence Nance directing.
2018 was a case study in the explosion of creativity that can ensue when filmmakers are liberated from the burden of being the Only One.
The "Random Acts of Flyness" creator discusses his expressive approach and making counter-propaganda for white savior tropes.
James will star, Coogler will produce, and Terence Nance of HBO’s “Random Acts of Flyness” will direct, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Years ago, when I first started writing about films, I remember attending a luncheon for the Tribeca All Access program, offered by the Tribeca Film Institute, during the Tribeca Film Festival in NYC.
This film, the directorial debut from Mr. Nance defies -- no, completely ignores category. As an artist, he and this film simply exist.
This weekend will be a critical marker for the burgeoning independent Black film movement. Opening in theaters in select cities this Friday, Middle of Nowhere is a compelling drama about a young newlywed who puts her happiness on hold as she eagerly awaits for her husband's early release from a five-year prison sentence.
In current times of civil unrest, economic injury, and political failure, we depend on love -- in all its complexity and even through untenable circumstances -- to keep ourselves human. Here are the top 10 films that cannot be missed in the coming year: