Angola has had its share of challenges, including a civil war that lasted decades after independence in November 1975. Many of the country's musicians are expressing their anger and pain through Death Metal.
'Death Metal Angola' documents this reality, we have the trailer right here for you. The movie debuted a few days ago at the Dubai International Film Festival. Director Jeremy Xido, referred to us by none…
About the project: " 'Through a Lens Darkly: Black Photographers and the Emergence of a People' is a two-hour documentary film and multimedia project that explores the ways black communities have learned to use the medium of photography to construct political, aesthetic and cultural representations of themselves and their world."
Produced and directed by filmmaker, Thomas Allen Harris. Co-produced by scholar, curator, and author, Deborah Willis PhD who is Chair of the New…
You've been waiting for it: 'Color Outside The Lines', the documentary about Black tattoo artists, has been released this week. Directed by Artemus Jenkins and produced by Miya Bailey, the film is available on DVD: click here to get it.
"For over 5 years the idea has always been in [Bailey]'s head to create a film that not only sheds light on the artform, but also…