I was reminded of this short-lived series which Alex Haley hosted not-so long before he died in 1992, titled Dialogue With Black Filmmakers. The title should be self-explanatory. I believe the episodes were shot in 1991, but I couldn’t find very much written about the series; I couldn’t even find any absolute confirmation that it […]
Okay so no Black movies really deserve Oscars this year, sorry Tyler, but many Black movies have been Blackballed and ignored by the Oscars for years. Here are ten classic Black films overlooked by the Oscars. RELATED: Top 9 must see Black films 10. The Harder They Come This Jamaican movie had one of the […]
MSG Network will devote two nights of programming to celebrating the accomplishments and legacies of black athletes. The block of programming will be hosted by Spike Lee and will feature members of the New York Knicks appearing in vignettes.
Spike Lee has abandoned efforts to produce a film called “Brooklyn Loves MJ.” The film was announced last April and was slated to include an all-star cast that featured Samuel L Jackson, Rosie Perez, and Kerry Washington amongst others.
Ciara, Denzel Washington, Dr. Dre and more celebs made it out to the Staples Center for the Lakers/Knicks game over the weekend. There’s even some surprise appearances from a couple of celebs. Check it out: Did Amar’e Stoudemire Dump Amber Rose For Ciara? Ciara Jet Skis In Miami [PHOTOS]
Spike Lee’s 1993 film Malcolm X has been chosen for preservation in the National Film Registry.
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