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Colon Cancer Awareness: Interview with Jennifer Franklin

With the recent death of actor, Chadwick Boseman, Black TV Film Crew featured Jennifer Franklin, an oncology nurse with 20 years experience who also happens to be a colon cancer survivor. We wanted to honor Chad's life and educate our community. The video is below......

Chadwick Boseman, Beloved Black Panther Star, Dies At 43

Today Black TV Film Crew mourns the loss of actor and writer Chadwick Boseman. As reported by many media outlets, he succumbed to colon cancer after a 4-year battle. We fell in love with the actor's work after seeing him portray historical African American icons James...

Family Freestyle Friday Web Series: Poets, Actors & more

Our latest episode of Family Freestyle Friday featuring poets, actors and more... Watch it here. Part 1... View this post on Instagram Family Freestyle Friday - We have an actor who does an American Gods monologue!!! ✊🏾🎬✊🏾🎬 - - #blacktvfilmcrew #blacktvfilmcrewonigtv...

More Melanin Media Announces Summer Event Series for Women of Color in Hollywood

The Grace & Grit Speaker Series is a two-day virtual event that brings together inspiring talks from diverse women working in film and television. The speakers are a mix of industry veterans with over 20 years of experience, and young up-and-comers who...

In My View: Being Visible in Hollywood by Lisa R. Stewart

I’m a writer. I’ve been writing since high school with my own column in the school newspaper “Ask Lisa.”  All of my life, I’ve had a passion for the law and federal law enforcement from  the complexities of the criminal justice system and its ever reaching...

Watch: Ava Duvernay’s 13th Documentary Here!

From the Netflix site: The title of Ava DuVernay’s extraordinary and galvanizing documentary refers to the 13th Amendment to the Constitution, which reads, “Neither slavery nor involuntary servitude, except as a punishment for crime whereof the party shall have been...

Watch: Dave Chappelle 8:46 Right Here!

We were so moved by Dave Chappelle's 8:46 special that we wanted to host it on our site as well. Get your watch on. We thank Dave Chappelle for sharing his thoughts with the world. https://youtu.be/3tR6mKcBbT4 Check the front page for more videos and trailers on our...

5 Ways 2020 Has Made Me A Better Person

Several weeks ago a member of Black TV Film Crew said that she was happy with the year 2020  even with the police brutality being exposed as well as COVID-19. I couldn’t wrap my mind around her statement or be happy with the deaths that have come from COVID-19. I...

Breonna Taylor: GoFundMe Page Raises 5 Million

As community activism continues to grow, justice for Breonna Taylor is heating up as well. Her Go Fund Me Page started by family member Bianca Austin raised over 5 million dollars in 5 days. The speed and amount of monies raised is a testimony to the power of the...

What You Can Do Now To Fight Against Police Brutality

Family, we’ve cried too many tears, we’ve sang too many church songs, we’ve worn out our knees praying and not a thing has changed. So, with the help of some crew members, I’ve compiled numbers to call to fight for justice for George Floyd, to fight against police...

7 Black Movies You Can Watch On Hulu Right Now

Black movies help us to reconnect with our identity and feel closer to our families and our communities. Hulu is poppin' this month with some black movies worth watching. From Old School Dramas to New School Sports Drama, Hulu got something for you. Old School...

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Family Freestyle Friday Web Series: Poets, Actors & more

Our latest episode of Family Freestyle Friday featuring poets, actors and more... Watch it here. Part 1... View this post on Instagram Family Freestyle Friday - We have an actor who does an American Gods monologue!!! ✊🏾🎬✊🏾🎬 - - #blacktvfilmcrew #blacktvfilmcrewonigtv...

More Melanin Media Announces Summer Event Series for Women of Color in Hollywood

The Grace & Grit Speaker Series is a two-day virtual event that brings together inspiring talks from diverse women working in film and television. The speakers are a mix of industry veterans with over 20 years of experience, and young up-and-comers who...

In My View: Being Visible in Hollywood by Lisa R. Stewart

I’m a writer. I’ve been writing since high school with my own column in the school newspaper “Ask Lisa.”  All of my life, I’ve had a passion for the law and federal law enforcement from  the complexities of the criminal justice system and its ever reaching...

Watch: Ava Duvernay’s 13th Documentary Here!

From the Netflix site: The title of Ava DuVernay’s extraordinary and galvanizing documentary refers to the 13th Amendment to the Constitution, which reads, “Neither slavery nor involuntary servitude, except as a punishment for crime whereof the party shall have been...

Watch: Dave Chappelle 8:46 Right Here!

We were so moved by Dave Chappelle's 8:46 special that we wanted to host it on our site as well. Get your watch on. We thank Dave Chappelle for sharing his thoughts with the world. https://youtu.be/3tR6mKcBbT4 Check the front page for more videos and trailers on our...

5 Ways 2020 Has Made Me A Better Person

Several weeks ago a member of Black TV Film Crew said that she was happy with the year 2020  even with the police brutality being exposed as well as COVID-19. I couldn’t wrap my mind around her statement or be happy with the deaths that have come from COVID-19. I...

Breonna Taylor: GoFundMe Page Raises 5 Million

As community activism continues to grow, justice for Breonna Taylor is heating up as well. Her Go Fund Me Page started by family member Bianca Austin raised over 5 million dollars in 5 days. The speed and amount of monies raised is a testimony to the power of the...

What You Can Do Now To Fight Against Police Brutality

Family, we’ve cried too many tears, we’ve sang too many church songs, we’ve worn out our knees praying and not a thing has changed. So, with the help of some crew members, I’ve compiled numbers to call to fight for justice for George Floyd, to fight against police...

7 Black Movies You Can Watch On Hulu Right Now

Black movies help us to reconnect with our identity and feel closer to our families and our communities. Hulu is poppin' this month with some black movies worth watching. From Old School Dramas to New School Sports Drama, Hulu got something for you. Old School...

Dear Non-Black Friend: 7 Things Your Black Friend Wants You To Know

This month black people cried, screamed, rioted, and fumed because we saw Ahmaud Arbery and George Floyd murdered in front of our very eyes. We noticed that many of our non-black friends were quiet. Black people were outraged with Amy Cooper, a white woman in New...

More Melanin Media Announces Summer Event Series for Women of Color in Hollywood

The Grace & Grit Speaker Series is a two-day virtual event that brings together inspiring talks from diverse women working in film and television. The speakers are a mix of industry veterans with over 20 years of experience, and young up-and-comers who...

In My View: Being Visible in Hollywood by Lisa R. Stewart

I’m a writer. I’ve been writing since high school with my own column in the school newspaper “Ask Lisa.”  All of my life, I’ve had a passion for the law and federal law enforcement from  the complexities of the criminal justice system and its ever reaching...

Watch: Ava Duvernay’s 13th Documentary Here!

From the Netflix site: The title of Ava DuVernay’s extraordinary and galvanizing documentary refers to the 13th Amendment to the Constitution, which reads, “Neither slavery nor involuntary servitude, except as a punishment for crime whereof the party shall have been...

Watch: Dave Chappelle 8:46 Right Here!

We were so moved by Dave Chappelle's 8:46 special that we wanted to host it on our site as well. Get your watch on. We thank Dave Chappelle for sharing his thoughts with the world. https://youtu.be/3tR6mKcBbT4 Check the front page for more videos and trailers on our...

5 Ways 2020 Has Made Me A Better Person

Several weeks ago a member of Black TV Film Crew said that she was happy with the year 2020  even with the police brutality being exposed as well as COVID-19. I couldn’t wrap my mind around her statement or be happy with the deaths that have come from COVID-19. I...

Breonna Taylor: GoFundMe Page Raises 5 Million

As community activism continues to grow, justice for Breonna Taylor is heating up as well. Her Go Fund Me Page started by family member Bianca Austin raised over 5 million dollars in 5 days. The speed and amount of monies raised is a testimony to the power of the...

What You Can Do Now To Fight Against Police Brutality

Family, we’ve cried too many tears, we’ve sang too many church songs, we’ve worn out our knees praying and not a thing has changed. So, with the help of some crew members, I’ve compiled numbers to call to fight for justice for George Floyd, to fight against police...

7 Black Movies You Can Watch On Hulu Right Now

Black movies help us to reconnect with our identity and feel closer to our families and our communities. Hulu is poppin' this month with some black movies worth watching. From Old School Dramas to New School Sports Drama, Hulu got something for you. Old School...

Dear Non-Black Friend: 7 Things Your Black Friend Wants You To Know

This month black people cried, screamed, rioted, and fumed because we saw Ahmaud Arbery and George Floyd murdered in front of our very eyes. We noticed that many of our non-black friends were quiet. Black people were outraged with Amy Cooper, a white woman in New...

Beating Anxiety: 7 Ways To Kick Worry To the Curb

Over the last couple of weeks, I’ve seen a lot of colleagues talking about anxiety on social media. I’m sure COVID-19 is playing a big role and sparking fear. But, whether we’re living in a pandemic state or post-pandemic, anxiety is a mental health disorder that if...

In My View: Being Visible in Hollywood by Lisa R. Stewart

I’m a writer. I’ve been writing since high school with my own column in the school newspaper “Ask Lisa.”  All of my life, I’ve had a passion for the law and federal law enforcement from  the complexities of the criminal justice system and its ever reaching...

Watch: Ava Duvernay’s 13th Documentary Here!

From the Netflix site: The title of Ava DuVernay’s extraordinary and galvanizing documentary refers to the 13th Amendment to the Constitution, which reads, “Neither slavery nor involuntary servitude, except as a punishment for crime whereof the party shall have been...

Watch: Dave Chappelle 8:46 Right Here!

We were so moved by Dave Chappelle's 8:46 special that we wanted to host it on our site as well. Get your watch on. We thank Dave Chappelle for sharing his thoughts with the world. https://youtu.be/3tR6mKcBbT4 Check the front page for more videos and trailers on our...

5 Ways 2020 Has Made Me A Better Person

Several weeks ago a member of Black TV Film Crew said that she was happy with the year 2020  even with the police brutality being exposed as well as COVID-19. I couldn’t wrap my mind around her statement or be happy with the deaths that have come from COVID-19. I...

Breonna Taylor: GoFundMe Page Raises 5 Million

As community activism continues to grow, justice for Breonna Taylor is heating up as well. Her Go Fund Me Page started by family member Bianca Austin raised over 5 million dollars in 5 days. The speed and amount of monies raised is a testimony to the power of the...

What You Can Do Now To Fight Against Police Brutality

Family, we’ve cried too many tears, we’ve sang too many church songs, we’ve worn out our knees praying and not a thing has changed. So, with the help of some crew members, I’ve compiled numbers to call to fight for justice for George Floyd, to fight against police...

7 Black Movies You Can Watch On Hulu Right Now

Black movies help us to reconnect with our identity and feel closer to our families and our communities. Hulu is poppin' this month with some black movies worth watching. From Old School Dramas to New School Sports Drama, Hulu got something for you. Old School...

Dear Non-Black Friend: 7 Things Your Black Friend Wants You To Know

This month black people cried, screamed, rioted, and fumed because we saw Ahmaud Arbery and George Floyd murdered in front of our very eyes. We noticed that many of our non-black friends were quiet. Black people were outraged with Amy Cooper, a white woman in New...

Beating Anxiety: 7 Ways To Kick Worry To the Curb

Over the last couple of weeks, I’ve seen a lot of colleagues talking about anxiety on social media. I’m sure COVID-19 is playing a big role and sparking fear. But, whether we’re living in a pandemic state or post-pandemic, anxiety is a mental health disorder that if...

Open Call Filmmakers: Documentary Lab

Open Call Filmmakers! There is a new opportunity with June 2020 deadlines! The Firelight Media Documentary Lab is an 18-month fellowship program that supports filmmakers from racially and ethnically underrepresented communities working on their first or second feature...

Watch: Ava Duvernay’s 13th Documentary Here!

From the Netflix site: The title of Ava DuVernay’s extraordinary and galvanizing documentary refers to the 13th Amendment to the Constitution, which reads, “Neither slavery nor involuntary servitude, except as a punishment for crime whereof the party shall have been...

Watch: Dave Chappelle 8:46 Right Here!

We were so moved by Dave Chappelle's 8:46 special that we wanted to host it on our site as well. Get your watch on. We thank Dave Chappelle for sharing his thoughts with the world. https://youtu.be/3tR6mKcBbT4 Check the front page for more videos and trailers on our...

5 Ways 2020 Has Made Me A Better Person

Several weeks ago a member of Black TV Film Crew said that she was happy with the year 2020  even with the police brutality being exposed as well as COVID-19. I couldn’t wrap my mind around her statement or be happy with the deaths that have come from COVID-19. I...

Breonna Taylor: GoFundMe Page Raises 5 Million

As community activism continues to grow, justice for Breonna Taylor is heating up as well. Her Go Fund Me Page started by family member Bianca Austin raised over 5 million dollars in 5 days. The speed and amount of monies raised is a testimony to the power of the...

What You Can Do Now To Fight Against Police Brutality

Family, we’ve cried too many tears, we’ve sang too many church songs, we’ve worn out our knees praying and not a thing has changed. So, with the help of some crew members, I’ve compiled numbers to call to fight for justice for George Floyd, to fight against police...

7 Black Movies You Can Watch On Hulu Right Now

Black movies help us to reconnect with our identity and feel closer to our families and our communities. Hulu is poppin' this month with some black movies worth watching. From Old School Dramas to New School Sports Drama, Hulu got something for you. Old School...

Dear Non-Black Friend: 7 Things Your Black Friend Wants You To Know

This month black people cried, screamed, rioted, and fumed because we saw Ahmaud Arbery and George Floyd murdered in front of our very eyes. We noticed that many of our non-black friends were quiet. Black people were outraged with Amy Cooper, a white woman in New...

Beating Anxiety: 7 Ways To Kick Worry To the Curb

Over the last couple of weeks, I’ve seen a lot of colleagues talking about anxiety on social media. I’m sure COVID-19 is playing a big role and sparking fear. But, whether we’re living in a pandemic state or post-pandemic, anxiety is a mental health disorder that if...

Open Call Filmmakers: Documentary Lab

Open Call Filmmakers! There is a new opportunity with June 2020 deadlines! The Firelight Media Documentary Lab is an 18-month fellowship program that supports filmmakers from racially and ethnically underrepresented communities working on their first or second feature...

In My View: Ahmaud Arbery’s Murder by Byron Hurt

I just finished watching a NY Times investigation video detailing the final minutes of Ahmaud Arbery’s murder. It broke down the chase, minute by minute, based on surveillance video. The video deconstructed what likely happened just prior to the attack, and showed how...

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Watch: Dave Chappelle 8:46 Right Here!

Watch: Dave Chappelle 8:46 Right Here!

We were so moved by Dave Chappelle's 8:46 special that we wanted to host it on our site as well. Get your watch on. We thank Dave Chappelle for sharing his thoughts with the world. https://youtu.be/3tR6mKcBbT4 Check the front page for more videos and trailers on our...

Breonna Taylor: GoFundMe Page Raises 5 Million

Breonna Taylor: GoFundMe Page Raises 5 Million

As community activism continues to grow, justice for Breonna Taylor is heating up as well. Her Go Fund Me Page started by family member Bianca Austin raised over 5 million dollars in 5 days. The speed and amount of monies raised is a testimony to the power of the...

What You Can Do Now To Fight Against Police Brutality

What You Can Do Now To Fight Against Police Brutality

Family, we’ve cried too many tears, we’ve sang too many church songs, we’ve worn out our knees praying and not a thing has changed. So, with the help of some crew members, I’ve compiled numbers to call to fight for justice for George Floyd, to fight against police...

7 Black Movies You Can Watch On Hulu Right Now

Black movies help us to reconnect with our identity and feel closer to our families and our communities. Hulu is poppin' this month with some black movies worth watching. From Old School Dramas to New School Sports Drama, Hulu got something for you. Old School...

Dear Non-Black Friend: 7 Things Your Black Friend Wants You To Know

This month black people cried, screamed, rioted, and fumed because we saw Ahmaud Arbery and George Floyd murdered in front of our very eyes. We noticed that many of our non-black friends were quiet. Black people were outraged with Amy Cooper, a white woman in New...

Beating Anxiety: 7 Ways To Kick Worry To the Curb

Over the last couple of weeks, I’ve seen a lot of colleagues talking about anxiety on social media. I’m sure COVID-19 is playing a big role and sparking fear. But, whether we’re living in a pandemic state or post-pandemic, anxiety is a mental health disorder that if...

Open Call Filmmakers: Documentary Lab

Open Call Filmmakers! There is a new opportunity with June 2020 deadlines! The Firelight Media Documentary Lab is an 18-month fellowship program that supports filmmakers from racially and ethnically underrepresented communities working on their first or second feature...

In My View: Ahmaud Arbery’s Murder by Byron Hurt

I just finished watching a NY Times investigation video detailing the final minutes of Ahmaud Arbery’s murder. It broke down the chase, minute by minute, based on surveillance video. The video deconstructed what likely happened just prior to the attack, and showed how...

Andre Harrell, Music Mogul Dead At 59

It’s been widely reported that music mogul, Andre Harrell passed on Friday, May 8th in West Hollywood. Perhaps most famously known as the music executive who gave Sean “Diddy” Combs his first break, then subsequently firing him, Harrell contributed so much more to the...

5 Black Illustrators You Should Know: Volume 1

Black illustrators don’t get the love they deserve. They are unsung heroes in many respects. We flip through Instagram admiring their work. Sometimes we tap a heart, but rarely do we leave a comment. And yet, their artwork is inspiring, thought provoking, and even...

5 Black Podcasts you should be listening to now

We are living in an unprecedented era where we can and should be creating our own content. Whether its films, tv shows, or podcasts, we have voices that want to be heard. This short compilation is our beginning to acknowledge some dope black podcasts created for us...

Watch: Official Trailer All Day and A Night Movie

https://youtu.be/BC9Kk8Np9-Y Check out the official trailer of All Day and A Night. The movie is hitting Netflix on May 1, 2020. Here's the storyline according to those folks... As soft-spoken Jahkor Abraham Lincoln (Ashton...

The Hate U Give: 5 Reasons Every American Should Watch

I cried for at least 45 minutes while watching The Hate U Give. This movie portrays a black family traumatized when an unarmed black teen is shot and killed by a police officer. The story explored the dual existence of black people in the US.  The black...

Dear Non-Black Friend: 7 Things Your Black Friend Wants You To Know

This month black people cried, screamed, rioted, and fumed because we saw Ahmaud Arbery and George Floyd murdered in front of our very eyes. We noticed that many of our non-black friends were quiet. Black people were outraged with Amy Cooper, a white woman in New...

Beating Anxiety: 7 Ways To Kick Worry To the Curb

Over the last couple of weeks, I’ve seen a lot of colleagues talking about anxiety on social media. I’m sure COVID-19 is playing a big role and sparking fear. But, whether we’re living in a pandemic state or post-pandemic, anxiety is a mental health disorder that if...

Open Call Filmmakers: Documentary Lab

Open Call Filmmakers! There is a new opportunity with June 2020 deadlines! The Firelight Media Documentary Lab is an 18-month fellowship program that supports filmmakers from racially and ethnically underrepresented communities working on their first or second feature...

In My View: Ahmaud Arbery’s Murder by Byron Hurt

I just finished watching a NY Times investigation video detailing the final minutes of Ahmaud Arbery’s murder. It broke down the chase, minute by minute, based on surveillance video. The video deconstructed what likely happened just prior to the attack, and showed how...

Andre Harrell, Music Mogul Dead At 59

It’s been widely reported that music mogul, Andre Harrell passed on Friday, May 8th in West Hollywood. Perhaps most famously known as the music executive who gave Sean “Diddy” Combs his first break, then subsequently firing him, Harrell contributed so much more to the...

5 Black Illustrators You Should Know: Volume 1

Black illustrators don’t get the love they deserve. They are unsung heroes in many respects. We flip through Instagram admiring their work. Sometimes we tap a heart, but rarely do we leave a comment. And yet, their artwork is inspiring, thought provoking, and even...

5 Black Podcasts you should be listening to now

We are living in an unprecedented era where we can and should be creating our own content. Whether its films, tv shows, or podcasts, we have voices that want to be heard. This short compilation is our beginning to acknowledge some dope black podcasts created for us...

Watch: Official Trailer All Day and A Night Movie

https://youtu.be/BC9Kk8Np9-Y Check out the official trailer of All Day and A Night. The movie is hitting Netflix on May 1, 2020. Here's the storyline according to those folks... As soft-spoken Jahkor Abraham Lincoln (Ashton...

The Hate U Give: 5 Reasons Every American Should Watch

I cried for at least 45 minutes while watching The Hate U Give. This movie portrays a black family traumatized when an unarmed black teen is shot and killed by a police officer. The story explored the dual existence of black people in the US.  The black...

Black Web Series Love: What’s New In July

Our crew members are some of the most talented creatives on the planet. So, here are some web series created, written by, and/ or produced by our members and hitting the net in July.  Unconditional Love Series created and written by: Thomas Mason Jr. and...

Beating Anxiety: 7 Ways To Kick Worry To the Curb

Over the last couple of weeks, I’ve seen a lot of colleagues talking about anxiety on social media. I’m sure COVID-19 is playing a big role and sparking fear. But, whether we’re living in a pandemic state or post-pandemic, anxiety is a mental health disorder that if...

Open Call Filmmakers: Documentary Lab

Open Call Filmmakers! There is a new opportunity with June 2020 deadlines! The Firelight Media Documentary Lab is an 18-month fellowship program that supports filmmakers from racially and ethnically underrepresented communities working on their first or second feature...

In My View: Ahmaud Arbery’s Murder by Byron Hurt

I just finished watching a NY Times investigation video detailing the final minutes of Ahmaud Arbery’s murder. It broke down the chase, minute by minute, based on surveillance video. The video deconstructed what likely happened just prior to the attack, and showed how...

Andre Harrell, Music Mogul Dead At 59

It’s been widely reported that music mogul, Andre Harrell passed on Friday, May 8th in West Hollywood. Perhaps most famously known as the music executive who gave Sean “Diddy” Combs his first break, then subsequently firing him, Harrell contributed so much more to the...

5 Black Illustrators You Should Know: Volume 1

Black illustrators don’t get the love they deserve. They are unsung heroes in many respects. We flip through Instagram admiring their work. Sometimes we tap a heart, but rarely do we leave a comment. And yet, their artwork is inspiring, thought provoking, and even...

5 Black Podcasts you should be listening to now

We are living in an unprecedented era where we can and should be creating our own content. Whether its films, tv shows, or podcasts, we have voices that want to be heard. This short compilation is our beginning to acknowledge some dope black podcasts created for us...

Watch: Official Trailer All Day and A Night Movie

https://youtu.be/BC9Kk8Np9-Y Check out the official trailer of All Day and A Night. The movie is hitting Netflix on May 1, 2020. Here's the storyline according to those folks... As soft-spoken Jahkor Abraham Lincoln (Ashton...

The Hate U Give: 5 Reasons Every American Should Watch

I cried for at least 45 minutes while watching The Hate U Give. This movie portrays a black family traumatized when an unarmed black teen is shot and killed by a police officer. The story explored the dual existence of black people in the US.  The black...

Black Web Series Love: What’s New In July

Our crew members are some of the most talented creatives on the planet. So, here are some web series created, written by, and/ or produced by our members and hitting the net in July.  Unconditional Love Series created and written by: Thomas Mason Jr. and...

ISO: Male Models – African American, African Descent and Latino

CASTING FOR MALE MODELS One of our crew members is shooting an upcoming fashion film and looking for male models. Check below for all the details. Gee Spot Cine “Post-Apocalyptic Monks Fashion Film"  CASTING for short fashion film about post-apocalyptic...

Open Call Filmmakers: Documentary Lab

Open Call Filmmakers! There is a new opportunity with June 2020 deadlines! The Firelight Media Documentary Lab is an 18-month fellowship program that supports filmmakers from racially and ethnically underrepresented communities working on their first or second feature...

In My View: Ahmaud Arbery’s Murder by Byron Hurt

I just finished watching a NY Times investigation video detailing the final minutes of Ahmaud Arbery’s murder. It broke down the chase, minute by minute, based on surveillance video. The video deconstructed what likely happened just prior to the attack, and showed how...

Andre Harrell, Music Mogul Dead At 59

It’s been widely reported that music mogul, Andre Harrell passed on Friday, May 8th in West Hollywood. Perhaps most famously known as the music executive who gave Sean “Diddy” Combs his first break, then subsequently firing him, Harrell contributed so much more to the...

5 Black Illustrators You Should Know: Volume 1

Black illustrators don’t get the love they deserve. They are unsung heroes in many respects. We flip through Instagram admiring their work. Sometimes we tap a heart, but rarely do we leave a comment. And yet, their artwork is inspiring, thought provoking, and even...

5 Black Podcasts you should be listening to now

We are living in an unprecedented era where we can and should be creating our own content. Whether its films, tv shows, or podcasts, we have voices that want to be heard. This short compilation is our beginning to acknowledge some dope black podcasts created for us...

Watch: Official Trailer All Day and A Night Movie

https://youtu.be/BC9Kk8Np9-Y Check out the official trailer of All Day and A Night. The movie is hitting Netflix on May 1, 2020. Here's the storyline according to those folks... As soft-spoken Jahkor Abraham Lincoln (Ashton...

The Hate U Give: 5 Reasons Every American Should Watch

I cried for at least 45 minutes while watching The Hate U Give. This movie portrays a black family traumatized when an unarmed black teen is shot and killed by a police officer. The story explored the dual existence of black people in the US.  The black...

Black Web Series Love: What’s New In July

Our crew members are some of the most talented creatives on the planet. So, here are some web series created, written by, and/ or produced by our members and hitting the net in July.  Unconditional Love Series created and written by: Thomas Mason Jr. and...

ISO: Male Models – African American, African Descent and Latino

CASTING FOR MALE MODELS One of our crew members is shooting an upcoming fashion film and looking for male models. Check below for all the details. Gee Spot Cine “Post-Apocalyptic Monks Fashion Film"  CASTING for short fashion film about post-apocalyptic...

ATL Casting Call: Actresses, Singers, Dancers, Crew

One of our crew members, Director, Nykieria Chaney,  is holding a casting call in Atlanta on Saturday, June 9 from 2 - 5 pm in Atlanta. She is looking for Actresses, Singers, Dancers and Crew. The open call will be held at 1237 Ralph Abernathy Blvd,...

In My View: Ahmaud Arbery’s Murder by Byron Hurt

I just finished watching a NY Times investigation video detailing the final minutes of Ahmaud Arbery’s murder. It broke down the chase, minute by minute, based on surveillance video. The video deconstructed what likely happened just prior to the attack, and showed how...

Andre Harrell, Music Mogul Dead At 59

It’s been widely reported that music mogul, Andre Harrell passed on Friday, May 8th in West Hollywood. Perhaps most famously known as the music executive who gave Sean “Diddy” Combs his first break, then subsequently firing him, Harrell contributed so much more to the...

5 Black Illustrators You Should Know: Volume 1

Black illustrators don’t get the love they deserve. They are unsung heroes in many respects. We flip through Instagram admiring their work. Sometimes we tap a heart, but rarely do we leave a comment. And yet, their artwork is inspiring, thought provoking, and even...

5 Black Podcasts you should be listening to now

We are living in an unprecedented era where we can and should be creating our own content. Whether its films, tv shows, or podcasts, we have voices that want to be heard. This short compilation is our beginning to acknowledge some dope black podcasts created for us...

Watch: Official Trailer All Day and A Night Movie

https://youtu.be/BC9Kk8Np9-Y Check out the official trailer of All Day and A Night. The movie is hitting Netflix on May 1, 2020. Here's the storyline according to those folks... As soft-spoken Jahkor Abraham Lincoln (Ashton...

The Hate U Give: 5 Reasons Every American Should Watch

I cried for at least 45 minutes while watching The Hate U Give. This movie portrays a black family traumatized when an unarmed black teen is shot and killed by a police officer. The story explored the dual existence of black people in the US.  The black...

Black Web Series Love: What’s New In July

Our crew members are some of the most talented creatives on the planet. So, here are some web series created, written by, and/ or produced by our members and hitting the net in July.  Unconditional Love Series created and written by: Thomas Mason Jr. and...

ISO: Male Models – African American, African Descent and Latino

CASTING FOR MALE MODELS One of our crew members is shooting an upcoming fashion film and looking for male models. Check below for all the details. Gee Spot Cine “Post-Apocalyptic Monks Fashion Film"  CASTING for short fashion film about post-apocalyptic...

ATL Casting Call: Actresses, Singers, Dancers, Crew

One of our crew members, Director, Nykieria Chaney,  is holding a casting call in Atlanta on Saturday, June 9 from 2 - 5 pm in Atlanta. She is looking for Actresses, Singers, Dancers and Crew. The open call will be held at 1237 Ralph Abernathy Blvd,...

Writer / Producer Wendy Calhoun Inks Overall Deal With Warner Bros TV

WENDY CALHOUN INKS DEAL WITH WARNER BROS. TELEVISION Congrats are in order for one of our favorite writer / producers, Wendy Calhoun. As reported in Deadline, Wendy recently inked a multi-year deal with Warner Bros. Television. You may remember Wendy...

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