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With Just a week away, here are a few reasons you shouldn’t miss this year’s ABFF in New York, June 11-14.
Last year’s festival in New York City was Spectacular!
This year promises to be even better. I will be there so come join me. I’m moderating ABFF REMEMBERS: “BOYZ IN THE HOOD” a screening and discussion with John Singleton, the Academy Award nominated director and writer.
Here is Morris Chestnut, the 2014 ABFF ambassador, talking about the festival and why sponsors/partners like Cadillac (who is back this year) are so important to the development of Black film.
America The Beautiful 3: The Sexualization of Our Youth – Kim Kardashian, A Great Example For Our Youth
I got a chance to speak with writer/director/producer Darryl Roberts about his film America The Beautiful: The Sexualization of Our Youth and given the recent images of Kim Kardashian flooding the internet, I thought I’d ask him how does this latest incident play into the whole sexualization issue. Well, as you might have guessed, Mr. Roberts had something to say. It seems that Kardashian did more than break the internet she has reminded us that our values are broke as well.
Justin Simien talks to Reggie Ponder, The Reel Critic about his new film Dear White People