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Admittedly, Breakthrough is about faith and it is about family and community. The faith of a mother, the power of community, the bonds of a family and the grace and mercy of god make this an important and relevant movie.
With Just a week away, here a great reason you shouldn’t miss this year’s ABFF in New York, June 11-14:
ABFF Movie Premieres are always exciting. Last year the men from Think Like A Man Too had a little fun on the red carpet.
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. Hope to see you there!
I got a chance to catch up with Lena Waithe, one of the producers of Dear White People and she has a lot to say about Black Film and the images of Blacks offered by Hollywood. Here is a snippet of the Q&A we had after a showing of the film.
Justin Simien goes beyond the linear discussion of race pointing out and poking fun at stereotypes, political incorrectness and general stupidity. The issues are real but the times have been changed to protect the ignorant.