Daily Archives: July 21, 2013

The Truth About Shooting Your Project in Panama


Tai Duncan, Mark Vahradian, and Michael Cole advise on producing films in a foreign country during the International Film Festival in Panama. Panel discussion is moderated by Panama’s Film Commissioner Arianne Benedetti and brought to you by Anji Ray!

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D-Wade’s Ex explains her position….directly from the street


Come on sister girl, you could have AT LEAST posted up on a park bench. I’m sure the media would have came out on account that you are the mother to Wade’s children. Yall could have had a better poster … Continue reading

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Paying Homage: Oscar Micheaux’s SWING! (1938)


Oscar Micheaux does it again! Swing! is a fun, flavorful and accurate portrayal of African-American life in the 1930’s. The intertwined story-lines of life as they knew it and of life as I know it, definitely got some laughs out … Continue reading

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Preach!


~Your self image is so powerful it unwittingly becomes your destiny.~ Oscar Micheaux

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Paying Homage “Race Films” : The Scar of Shame (1927)


A distinct socioeconomic dichotomy is displayed throughout this silent gem of the 1920’s. This Library of Congress preservation depicts what people of color, who are craftsmen of acting, have been trying to achieve within mainstream cinema for years. With an … Continue reading

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