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!
Just in case you missed the real thing or just to reminisce...Opening Night Festivities at the 7th Annual Harlem International Film Festival in September 2012 kicked off with two unforgettable dance pieces, the first by Brooklyn's Storyboard P and th
Two-time Hi alum, Cinque Northern, whose films STILL WATERS and THE CABLE BOX both thrilled audiences at Harlem International Film Festival over the years, has just released this stunning video online featuring the uniquely expressive dancer, Storybo
Disney’s selection committee has chosen three Harlem International Film Festival alums as finalists for the ABC & DGA Directing Program (2012-2014) Ka’ramuu Kush, Moon Molson and Nzingha Stewart have demonstrated years of solid direct
The film, selected among Top Ten Shorts for Hi 6, tells the story of a brutal gang initiation through the point of view of the person being forced into the gang. All this using only six unedited tracking sequences! It speaks about the themes of gang
Dir. by Jay Duplass, 2011 (36m, USA) In Austin, Texas in the early ’90s, Kevin Gant was the Duplass Brothers’ hero. They reveled in Kevin’s exploratory musical style and playful spirituality. But in 1995, Kevin disappeared. Jay Dupl
The Harlem International Film Festival was proud to kick off 2011’s festival with the World Premiere of “The (R)evolution of Immortal Technique.” Harlem’s own Underground Hip Hop sensation rocks the world in this tour de force