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Black History Month Spotlight: Ava DuVernay
Ava DuVernay is a producer, writer, director and distributor of independent films. She has received numerous awards for her work, including “Best Director” at the 2012…
Lance Gross and Issa Rae Star in Ava Duvernay’s ‘Say Yes’ [Video]
Get ready to fall in love with Lance Gross all over again. The handsome actor is one of many prominent black actors taking part i…
Vixen Chat: Black Filmmaker Ava DuVernay Talks Breaking the Hollywood Mold
These days, having one job is a rarity: just ask media moguls like Jay-Z. For many, that old school mentality can keep you from going…
5 Inspirational Vixens You Need to Know
Since the early 1900’s, a turbulent time for women’s rights, we’ve celebrated our accomplishments as well as discussed the work and long road ahead.
Sundance 2013: Sal Masekela & Director Ava DuVernay Honored by Hennessy V.S & The Blackhouse Foundation
Hennessy V.S & The Blackhouse Foundation hosted a private dinner with Bevy Smith, at the 2013 Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah. Both TV…
“Zero Dark Thirty” Crowned Best Film of 2012 by the African American Film Critics Association
This past weekend, the notable organization of The African-American Film Critics Associations convened to celebrate the year in films. "Zero Dark Thirty," accrued even more…
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Oprah Shows Shouts Out Indie Film “Middle of Nowhere” on Twitter
Talk show titan, Oprah Winfrey, tweeted her support of the Indie film "Middle of Nowhere" to her 14 million followers on Tuesday. @Oprah:…
The Search is on for the Next Female Filmmaker, is it You?
VIBE and AaFFRM have joined forces to give one talented, New York based, female filmmaker the opportunity to travel to Urbanworld Film Festival 2012 to…
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Middle Of Nowhere: An Honest Portrayal of a Woman at a Crossroad
“Where were you all those years? The answer was you were with me. We’re somewhere in between the forgotten and foreseen.” – Ruby…
Ava DuVernay, First Black Woman to Win Best Director at Sundance
We spotted Middle of Nowhere a few weeks ago and are pleased to hear that director Ava DuVernay is the first Black woman to wi…
Sundance Film Festival: Black Films You Must See
The annual Sundance Film Festival started yesterday in Park City, Utah, and it’s debuting a host of black films that are a must-see for every…
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