The director's latest is a Reconstruction-era Western filled with N-bombs and berserk provocations.
We talked to director Terence Nance about 'Swimming in Your Skin Again,' a mesmerizing, non-narrative tour of images and sound.
The movie, based on a Greek play and mostly written in rhyming couplets, throws a lot of stuff at the wall and hopes it sticks.
We talked to British-Jamaican filmmaker Cecile Emeke about her thoughtful web series, which shines a light on the lives of black people everywhere.
"The Hard Stop" is centered around two friends of Mark Duggan, whose 2011 death sparked protests and riots.
We spoke with Khalik Allah, the director of the new documentary, about Harlem, synthetic weed, and the predominantly black and brown subjects of his stunning debut film.
"You can't just google 'N.W.A.' and get these details. You can't experience the brotherhood that you experience in the movie by going on to Wikipedia."
The venue for some of my most beloved childhood memories is finally being torn down after a decade of desertion.