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Director Salome Mulugeta Discusses The Lessons Deeply Intertwined In ‘Woven’

In her debut independent feature film, Woven, Ethiopian filmmaker Salome Mulugeta stars in and creates the quintessential immigrant story. Shot in Brooklyn, New York…

’72 Hours: A Brooklyn Love Story?’ Exposes The Borough Through The Lens Of The Youth

72 Hours: A Brooklyn Love Story? chronicles an eventful Friday to Monday story about love, heartbreak and life choices through the eyes of 18-year-old Caesar Winslow…

Jay Ellis Discusses The Plight Behind Africa’s Child Sex Slavery Shown In ‘Like Cotton Twines’

Like Cotton Twines, directed and written by Leila Djansi, takes you on a trip to Ghana to catch a glimpse of what life is like for most underage girls who are forced to…

Interview: Christopher Meyer Talks Filming ‘KICKS,’ His Favorite Sneakers And More

How far would you go for a pair of sneakers? Director Justin Tipping does a great job at answering that seemingly innocuous question in his forthcoming major film KICKS

‘Afuera’ Exposes The Real World Of An Undocumented Latinx Transgender Woman

Afuera, a short film directed by Steven Liang and written by Steven Canals, shows the harsh realities undocumented transgender women face everyday. The film tells the…

Los Angeles Film Festival Director On Diversity, Plus 10 Films To Watch

The 2016 Los Angeles Film Festival is kicking off Wednesday (June 1) with the premiere of its opening night film Lowriders directed by Ricardo de Montreuil, and produced…

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 The aforementioned sentiment – echoed…