Tariq Nasheed, author, lecture and filmmaker of controversial documentary series, Hidden Colors presents a first look at his latest project, 1804: The Hidden History of Haiti.
New York, NY (September 22, 2016) – CINEMATIQ magazine is now on SnapChat! Follow at user name CINEMATIQmag for behind the scene exclusives and announcements. The first SnapChat will begin at this year Urban World Film Festival to help celebrate their 20th Anniversary! Go behind the scenes with Publisher and Photographer Angel Brown as she cover the red carpets throughout the festival.
‘Black Women in Medicine’ written and directed by Crystal Emery is in theaters (NYC & LA) for a limited theatrical release.
For more information visit: http://www.changingthefaceofmedicine.org/film/
NYC: Cinema Village (8/26-9/1)
22 East 12th Street, New York, NY 10003 (Link)
LA: Laemmle’s Music Hall (9/2-9/8)
9036 Wilshire Boulevard, Beverly Hills, CA 90211 (Link)
(NEW YORK, NY) —August 22, 2016 —Urbanworld Film Festival announced today that critically-acclaimed filmmaker Ava DuVernay and one of Hollywood’s most sought after actors, David Oyelowo, will serve as the ambassadors for Urbanworld Film Festival’s 20th
anniversary. Urbanworld will be held in New York City from September 21–September 25,2016, with AMC Empire 42nd Street hosting its featured film screenings.
Director Dawn Porter combined her experience with law, policy, and film to introduce us to “Trapped”, a documentary aimed at enlightening audiences about the abortion debate through the lens of the service providers. Passionate about women’s health and an end to socioeconomic warfare on the working class, “Trapped” shares the narrative of the long term effects that TRAP Laws have placed on the majority of women’s health clinics around the country. CINEMATIQ magazine talks to award-winning filmmaker, Dawn Porter about TRAP Laws, financing her projects, education, politics, and women’s rights.
TRAPPED airs tonight on Independent Lens at 10 PM.
Muhammad Ali dies last Friday, June 3 at the age of 74. He was beyond a legendary boxer, a boxer that reign as the Heavy Weight Champion of the World three times over. He was an activist that spoke out about injustices and put action behind his words.
Anthology Film Archives is pleased to present ‘Jason and Shirley’ tonight, May 10 at 7:20 PM in New York City. Q&A to follow screening .