Live Update from the set of OCCUPY TEXAS, which just started production April 30, 2014… Nothing better than a jolt like this when you’re heading into the second week of production. Not only was the script a Semi-finalist in our Screenwri
Rawle D. Lewis is an award winning Hi Alum. His hilarious directorial debut, Poet Heads, won Best Mockumentary Feature at Harlem International Film Festival in 2007. The following article was originally published by Empire magazine. Inspired by Jama
The film is inspired by the actual story of one of the youngest mothers in Philippine history. Krista was just 9 years old when she got pregnant. Her mother believes that she was impregnated by malevolent supernatural creatures called "nuno sa punso"
Angelique Papadelias captured Hurricane Sandy from it's onset until its devastating aftermath. She was initially a volunteer helping victims, but while out in the field, it allowed her to get in to the thick of what was going on from the perspective
Things never slow down for hardworking filmmakers like Sangeeta Nambiar, last year’s recipient of our Mira Nair Award for Rising Female Filmmaker. Since taking the honor for her first feature film, A GRAN PLAN (Farida Jalal also received Best Actres
Detail Self-Portrait as Beni, 1974, egg tempera, gouache, and collage. ARTIST DAVID DRISKELL SUBJECT OF NYC FILM PREMIERE AT NEW YORK PUBLIC LIBRARY’S SCHOMBURG CENTER David Driskell: In Search of the Creative Truth is the story about one of t
Harlem International Alum Lanre Olabisi's "Somewhere in the Middle" beats the odds and exceeds $100,000 raised on Kickstarter. Thanks to all who shared, liked and gave. You did it!