Nijla Mu'min makes no apologies for her African-American coming-of-age movie Jinn, which plays at BAM this weekend.
Stephen Winter, director of Jason and Shirley, on the almost complete absence of black LGBTQ characters in cinema.
This miraculous continuation and reimagining of one of the great cinematic sagas marks a significant moment in American filmmaking.
A rap response to the box-office hit biopic about N.W.A.’s cultural ascent.
This is no typical song of the summer. Celebrating resistance and community in the face of dehumanizing violence, it sends exactly the right message.
This elegiac portrait of the Southern city excels by being quietly, unobtrusively observational rather than wanting to be part of the action.