25 to LIFE – Dec. 1st!

25 to LIFE: A Film About Howard University, HIV & Honesty Monday, December 1st – 1:15pm, 4:00pm, 6:15pm, 8:30pm BUY TICKETS HERE On December 1st (World AIDS Day) join ImageNation Cinema Foundation and Urbanworld (AFFRM NY Partners) to see the … Continue reading

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The Belletrix Exhibit: ...

The Belletrix Exhibit: Multimedia Expressions of Black Womanhood  The Belletrix Exhibit: Multimedia Expressions of Black Womanhood celebrates the Black woman and her battle for the sanctity of family, femininity, life, identity and existence. Through image, sound and word, Belletrix (woman warrior) explores notions … Continue reading

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THE DOOR | Directed by Ava DuVernay, 2013 | USA | 10 minutes Originally posted on Huffington Post: Black Voices by Julee Wilson Sit back, relax and prepare to watch the most stunning fashion film you’ve ever seen. Seriously. Over the … Continue reading

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Year in Review 2012

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The Floacist

Music has always held a greater purpose than financial gain, attention and consumption,” declares The Floacist. “Music is older than the music industry. It is an ancient form of communication, healing and unification.” The strikingly beautiful, eloquent and immensely perceptive … Continue reading

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Imani Uzuri

Uzuri grew up dreaming of travel, reading adventure novels and poetry under the pecan trees of her idyllic early years in rural North Carolina. Visions of other lands and other worlds entwined with the musical roots that formed the foundation … Continue reading

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Lianne La Havas

Lianne La Havas is an English folk and soul singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist. On 5 December 2011, the BBC announced that she had been nominated for the BBC’s Sound of 2012 poll. La Havas was born in London, England to … Continue reading

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Noah Stewart

Noah Stewart’s musical development started in Harlem where he studied classical music at The Harlem School of the Arts. At age 12, his choir teacher encouraged him to pursue a music career; he began doing voice-overs for Sesame Street and … Continue reading

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Ring Di Alarm!

Ring Di Alarm! Jamaica, Dir. by New Caribbean Cinema, 80 min. As described by the filmmakers behind it… The New Caribbean Cinema Series is a fresh, pioneering approach to film-making in the Caribbean. A mixture of ‘First World’ technical skill … Continue reading

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Beasts of the Southern Wild

Drama: Directed by Benh Zeitlin. Starring Quvenzhané Wallis and Dwight Henry. (PG-13. 91 minutes. At Bay Area theaters.) “Beasts of the Southern Wild” explores the fertile and terrifying world of a child’s imagination. Its fertility and its terror stem from … Continue reading

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