Black filmmakers are continuing to produce their stories even without traditional Hollywood backing, like Regina Hall's films last year, “Master” and “Honk For Jesus. Save Your Soul.”

Boots Riley is gearing up to release the dark-comedy "I'm A Virgo" at this year's SXSW Film & TV Festival. The hilarious seven-episode series follows the life of Cootie, a 13-foot-tall young Black man in Oakland.

Filmmakers Dewayne Perkins, Tim Story and Tracy Oliver deliver a frightening scenario for friends' getaway in 'The Blackening.

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Legendary filmmaker and Morehouse alum Spike Lee has teamed up with the talent agency Gersh to launch a fellowship program for HBCU scholars.

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Tennis powerhouse Naomi Osaka has launched her own production company.

The San Francisco district attorney declines to charge filmmaker Kevin Epps in a fatal shooting. Epps claims it's a case of self-defense.

Roland Martin caught up with director Ava DuVernay during the Color Of Change’s 10th Anniversary Gala. During their chat, DuVernay discussed the relaunch of The African-American Film Festival Releasing Movement (AFFRM) as ARRAY. Of AFFRM, DuVernay said the organization felt it important to distribute the work of Black filmmakers, women of color, as well as people […]