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“…In any human relationship where there is love, there is often ugliness. As we open ourselves to vulnerability, there’ll be things that we want to leave in the shadows or collect in a box that we keep under the bed that gathers dust. Things that we leave to fester like pustules begging for popping…”
Read our film review of Netflix’s Malcolm & Marie via online entertainment publisher, The British Blacklist.
Well done to Andra Day and her Golden Globes win for her starring role in The United States Vs. Billie Holiday. Read our review on the Lee Daniels directed film now showing on Sky Cinema.
Not our usual genre, but we couldn’t resist! Asking For A Friend is the debut novel from actress, filmmaker and comedian, Andi Osho. We could easily see this book being turned into a film (make it so, Universe!)
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Gabrielle Union joins Zach Braff in a remake of the comedy movie, Cheaper By The Dozen.
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Steve McQueen’s films are like little love letters to first generation Windrush settlers.
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Golden Globe award-winner Andra Day as icon Billie Holiday (image credit: Hulu)“…Jazz music is the devil’s work and that’s why this Holiday woman’s gotta be stopped…”Starring Golden Globes winner Andra Day and directed by Lee Daniels, ‘The United States Vs Billie...
It’s going to be very interesting to see the types of stories we’ll be seeing that dissect the pandemic and subsequent lockdowns (the number of which depends upon the country you live in). We’ve already started to see documentaries, one in the form of 76 Days,...
British Black women are short-changed when it comes to documenting their impact in the media. Dr. Francesca Sobande’s new book begins to highlight this oversight.
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