For two seasons Black Folk Don’t the smashing series created by director-producer Angela Tucker has consistently delivered a stream of consciousness utilizing the assistance of satirical genius encased in interactive provocation that allows the viewers to indulge in their personal summarizations.
The late fashion icon Isabella Blow who spent her life immersed in the symbolism of style and was once the muse of fellow Brit Phillip Treacy, is getting the visual bio treatment courtesy of a short film by filmmaker Ruth Hogben. The vibrantly haunting piece pays homage to Blow in a way that recalls her gorgeously theatrical tendencies.
There is an interesting write up in The Hollywood Reporter that recognizes the success black films have been experiencing lately, and the observations are weighed heavily on their impressive box office numbers. The Best Man Holiday, is the latest film to reemphasize this trend, thanks to a solid opening this past week, and the numbers are only getting higher.
Bravo, seems to be continuing their domination of the Reality TV genre. The Real Housewives franchise was their winning lotto ticket, and they have managed to parlay that success into a bevy of shows that tend to dramatize the lives of ordinary people trying to maintain and in some cases enhance their already comfortable existence.
British designer, Vivienne Westwood has enjoyed a thriving career being a rebel with a cause, simply by indulging her ability to reunite the righteous with the more daring crowd.
Canadian songstress Alanis Morissette has proven her ability to not only carry a tune but to also theatrically express her emotions in ways that unleash a flood of emotions that only the romantically tortured can appreciate.
2013 is definitely ending on a high note when it comes to the caliber of films that were doled out this year and filed under the Black Cinema genre.
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The art world has always seemed somewhat impenetrable mainly because of the intimidation factor associated with such indelible genius.
But yesterday ushered in a new disposition because I was able to fully bask in the glory of opulently erected creativity embedded in seamlessly erected décor.
We are literally ready to usher in winter, which means that Labor Day was ages ago but fashion conscious celebs are not allowing the “No White after Labor Day” rule to dampen their spirits or hold them back from their angelic preferences.
12 Years a Slave featured a stellar cast and Oscar buzz has already begun, and now that Award Season is fast approaching, we have our eyes on one particular cast member.