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Documentary About Michael Jackson’s Alleged Sexual Abuse To Premiere At Sundance

A documentary regarding the sexual molestation allegations against the late-musician Michael Jackson will premiere at the upcoming Sundance Film Festival. Leaving Neverla…

Homosexuality & Civil Rights Intertwined At Sundance With ‘Bayard & Me’

Super Deluxe is taking on Sundance Film Festival by storm with a film debut about iconic civil rights leader, Bayard Rustin. He was monumental to the 1960s movement in…

Malia Obama Supported The Dakota Access Pipeline Protests At Sundance

While we don’t usually see the Obama girls getting heavily involved in political movements, now that their dad is out of office anything is possible. Only one week after…

Will And Jada Smith Partner With Sundance To Serve Underrepresented Communities

The Will and Jada Smith Family Foundation (WJSFF) has made it their mission to create a voice for the voiceless and their latest partnership with Sundance Film Festival

Major Lazer’s Historic Cuba Concert Takes Center In Sundance Film Festival Documentary

When electronic music group Major Lazer touched down in Havana, Cuba back in March 2016, they merely expected a few thousand supporters to show up at their concert. Half…

So, What’s Latino At The 2016 Sundance Film Festival?

Film festivals often give off this tinge of bourgeois. Yet, given the right opportunity to attend or even read about, you’ll see that programs such as the Sundance Film F…

Nate Parker’s ‘Birth Of A Nation’ Receives A Standing Ovation At Sundance

In lieu of this year’s Oscar nominations, which have received major backlash due to the lack of diversity, film critics, actors and directors alike are all raving about N…

Events and Festivals to Plan For in 2015

Now that the holidays are over and we no longer have to worry about purchasing gifts for other people, it’s time invest in ourself and schedule a get away or two. Plus…

#MustWatch: Sundance Film ‘Dear White People’ [Trailer]

Anyone tired of the “mammie in a fat suit” and intelligent yet “inherently evil” Black characters in cinema? Well this Sundance winner, Dear White Peopleis for…