'Black Panther' Could Change the Black Film Narrative
The film that features an almost all-black cast, a black director, and is set in a world that portrays people of color in a superior light is something black people have never seen before.
These Actresses Are Sick of Auditioning for the 'Negro Woman' Role
Only one kind of role exists for women of color in the “uncomplicated, guilt-free entertainment” of historical fiction: subordination.
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Quentin Tarantino Says He's Only Going to Make Two More Films
The filmmaker said he'd stop at ten films during his surprise appearance at the annual International Jerusalem Film Festival.
This Week in Racism
This Week in Racism: Artie Lange vs. the PC Army
The comedian lashed out at the nameless, faceless hoard of politically correct scolds that chastised him for his racially insensitive tweets about a black ESPN host. Were his comments really worth fighting for?
The Plantation Is Still Here: An Interview with Artist M. Lamar
We talked about sexuality, racism, history, the policing of black men's bodies.
My Favorite Soundtrack
My Favorite Soundtrack: 'Django Unchained'
In between all of the white people being shot, there are some pretty killer tunes.
If You Want Live Theater in LA, the Best You Can Hope for Is a Tarantino Musical
His work is so busy applauding other people’s work, that it seems only fitting that a celebration of his pop culture cut-and-paste meanderings would be spooled together for our live theater viewing pleasure in a town that’s constantly talking about how...
Watch This Trailer: How 'Django Unchained' and 'To the Wonder' Sell Themselves
It's multiplex versus art house in the battle of modern auteurs' projected appeal.
Rick Ross - "100 Black Coffins"
Rick Ross is Quentin Tarantino because of logic.