For all you die hard J. Cole fans who weren’t able to watch J. Cole’s documentary, “4 Your Eyez Only,” do not stress…the Fayetteville, NC native has released the documentary in full on YouTube for your viewing pleasure. The documentary that dropped in April, follows Cole as he traveled to Atlanta, Baton Rouge and many other […]
Fresh off the success of the Kalief Browder documentary, Jay Z and the Weinstein company are reportedly partnering up again to do an ambitious series of film and television projects about Trayvon Martin. According to Variety, the rap icon won the rights to two books about Martin, the unarmed black Florida teenager who was fatally […]
VH1 is celebrating Women’s History Month and the achievements of Black women by exploring their diverse roles in the world of comedy. All Jokes Aside: Women In Comedy takes us into the world of some of our favorite comediennes, including Tichina Arnold, who played Pam on the popular show Martin, and Yvonne Orji, who is best […]
A billboard in Atlanta is causing some heads to turns on a morning commute to work. A number of signs down I-285, including one off of Redwine Road and another near Conley Road, display big white words reading “BLACK PEOPLE ARE BEING PUSHED OUT OF ATLANTA”. The signs are linked to a documentary called Gentrified produced by […]
The University of Phoenix and NewsOne release an education documentary. It explores innovative solutions to complex educational problems in the African American community.
Even cable networks get scammed sometimes. That was the case for the A&E Channel who cancelled their upcoming KKK documentary which was intended to serve as a close look at anti-hate extractors focused on helping people leave the Ku Klux Klan. In a statement released over the weekend, the network said that they’ve decided not to air […]
The former Basketball Wives LA star has teamed up with the people from Flavor Unit on an all-access, no-holds-barred documentary for Netflix.
"Black Women In Medicine" was a five-year effort that began in 2011. But Crystal Emery asserts the film was not created to lament about the lack of diversity in the field, but to do do something much more boundless.