The wait is over. Ava DuVernay’s SELMA is available nationwide and you just need to go see it. Important historical event, dynamic national leader with amazing current relevance. We all should March to SELMA this weekend.
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Kathia Woods, Jonita Davis and host, Reggie Ponder, The Reel Critic talk movies: Uncle Frank, The Life Ahead and Jingle Jangle and Issues: Alex Trebeck,…
The Critics talked about Borat Subsequent MovieFilm, Over The Moon and The Witches. They also discussed the numerous documentaries about people of color.
Reggie Ponder, The Reel Critic, interviews Sonia Lowman About her new film Black Boys. BLACK BOYS illuminates the spectrum of black male humanity in America.…
This week the critic talk about three films: Black Box, Yellow Rose & The Forty Year Old Version. In this version we add Carolyn Hinds…