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2018 Sotheby’s Prize for Regeneration: Black Cinema 1900-1970

2018 Sotheby’s Prize for Regeneration Sotheby’s announces the winner of the 2018 Sotheby’s Prize, in its second year continues to celebrate curatorial excellence. Presented to the Academy Museum of Motion Pictures ( opening in LA in the late 2019) the $250,000 award will support their exhibition, Regeneration: Black Cinema 1900-1970 which opens in Fall 2020. […]

12 Black women showrunners who are controlling the television game!

12 Black women controlling the television!   Former co-executive producer from the long-running ABC nighttime drama Grey’s Anatomy, a producer on House of Lies and writer on sudser Revenge, Karen Gist began writing for television on the comedy classic Girlfriends. Gist, is now running the show, overseeing the writing and entire production responsibilities at Star, […]

7 Black Winners makes History at Oscars

7 Black Winners makes History at Oscars On last Sunday 7 black artists won Oscars, topping the previous record of five se two years ago. Mahershala Ali and Regina King won two supporting actor categories, for “If Beale Street Could Talk” and “Green Book”. Writer-director Spike Lee earned his career first competitive Oscar for co-writing […]

Catching up 22 years later with Director of Eye’s Bayou Kasi Lemmons and Editor Terilyn A. Shropshire

Catching up 22 years later with Director of Eye’s Bayou Kasi Lemmons and Editor Terilyn A. Shropshire The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences held a special screening at New York’s City’s Metrograph. The screening was for director Kasi Lemmons’ 1992 classic Eve’s Bayou! Eve’s Bayou is the film that was chosen for this […]

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