It’s been rumored for a minute that Beyoncé would release a short film à la Michael Jackson. Could this be it? Perhaps.
Editor Archive: Aisha I. Jefferson
Something strange in your neighborhood? Who you gonna call? Ghost Brothers! An all-girls remake of the 1984 classic “Ghostbusters” hits theaters this summer, but an Atlanta-based ghost hunting trio is […]
If Eartha Kitt and Amy Winehouse had a baby, Andra Day would surely be her. NPR made a similar comparison last August, about two weeks before her debut album “Cheers […]
He talks about his parents’ feelings about the show and addressing the Bill Cosby sexual abuse scandal.
Fluker and I discussed how the series differs from other crime dramas, how he prepared for the role and his experience working with Lopez and Liotta.
Morris and I chatted about his upcoming projects including the third installment of the “Barbershop” films, his new comedy album with Common and the advice filmmaker Judd Apatow gave him.
Ask many black Americans and they will tell you that they are over films and television shows depicting them and their ancestors in subservient and stereotypical roles. Even though historical […]
The Winston-Salem, North Carolina native discussed much including the provative Bill Cosby episode, his favorite episode from season 1 and what he hopes viewers take away from the show.
Want to know why events like the ABFF Awards, a Golden Globe Award-styled ceremony that honors black achievement in television and film, exist? Because Hollywoodn’t. That cleverly stated phrase may […]
In honor of Black History Month, Comcast XFINITY will focus on stories from independent black filmmakers.