Director Nijla Mu'min opens up about the complexities she encountered coming of age as a Black Muslim girl in America, and how she translated them into her award-winning debut.
My first feature film, about a black girl who dances, kisses, and reads the Qur'an, is my way of fighting erasure of the things I love.
The new OWN TV show about a black-owned Louisiana farm is a cinematic look at inheritance that's both familial and cultural.
The media focus on the Academy overlooks emerging filmmakers of color who are scraping by in order to get their movies made.
The second season of the show deals with drug addiction, eugenics, and a lot of blood.