'Blind Divas' Doc Goes Deep Into Triumphant Black Women Entrepreneurs

With her upcoming documentary, "Blind Divas," award-winning filmmaker Lisa Durden hopes to combat stigmas and preconceptions while also providing inspiration.

Indie Dramas

Losing Ground: Kathleen Collins’ Gutting, Trailblazing Glimpse of One Black Woman’s Journey

Losing Ground, which was ignored and underappreciated upon its release in 1982, has gradually attained the respect it really deserves.
Indie Dramas

Alanna Brown's ‘Trees of Peace’ Shares Revelations From Female Rwandan Genocide Survivors

Sharing the experiences of survivors is essential to letting people realize they are not fighting this battle alone, and Netflix's Trees of Peace effectively conveys that idea.
Indie Dramas

Danielle Deadwyler Stars, EPs In Sci-Fi Thriller 'Parallel' with Aldis & Edwin Hodge

In the science fiction thriller Parallel, directed by Kourosh Ahari (The Night, IFC Films), Danielle Deadwyler (Till) has signed on to star with Aldis Hodge and his brother Edwin Hodge. Filming has begun in Vancouver.


Summer's Best Indie Films, From Romance To Podcast Rockstar Horror

Blockbusters have returned post-pandemic — sort of. COVID still exists, but studio audiences are younger and less fearful.

Indie Film Headlines

These Rising Black Female Filmmakers Are Coming For Every Genre

Indie Film Headlines

Black Indie Filmmakers Shine As ABFF Retakes Miami Beach, HBO Short Film Award Turns 25


Birthdays, Oscars and Super Bowls: How J-Lo's 'Halftime' Doc Navigates Full-Time Drama

Indie Box Office

Arthouses Draw Antonio Banderas, Penélope Cruz Fans To 'Official Competition,' A Limited-Release Film

Inside Indies

Doc 'Loudmouth' Closes Tribeca Festival with Spike Lee, John Legend, Al Sharpton & Talk on U.S. Racism


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