FILM & TV
The cute factor is unrelenting in the short 20 minute documentary titled Music Lessons by filmmaker Michael Mabbott.
John Ridley’s racially charged contribution to Thursday night television, American Crime, isn’t built on a new premise.

The Secret To Building An Empire

Friday, 20 March 2015 19:06 Written by
Wednesday's two-hour season finale of Empire was watched by everyone who has cable, and the rest are hunting the Internet and breaking all kinds of laws to catch up.
Christene A. Browne is the director of Another Planet, the first dramatic feature film to be directed by a Black woman in Canada. 
For Canadian author Lawrence Hill, the journey from page to screen was an emotional rollercoaster ride beginning with the very title, The Book of Negroes. 

Book Of Negroes Star Lyriq Bent On Black Identity

Tuesday, 10 February 2015 00:00 Written by
Acting came in a rather unusual way for Jamaican-Canadian actor Lyriq Bent. It wasn’t a matter of following his dreams but of dreams following him.

Selwyn Jacob: An Educator through Film

Thursday, 29 January 2015 00:00 Written by
Selwyn Jacob's teachable spirit is the driving force behind his films. Growing up in Trinidad & Tobago and then moving to Alberta in 1968, he always loved watching movies, documentaries and television shows.
Many remember Andrea Lewis as Hazel from the famous Canadian show ‘Degrassi’ and others fell in love with her as Hillary Duff’s best friend in the movie ‘Cadet Kelly’.

Guilty By Identity

Tuesday, 16 December 2014 00:00 Written by
Trayvon Martin, Mike Brown, Eric Garner, Tamir Rice: the names of four Black males that are now the faces of a cry for change.
Film Title: Black Men Loving | Filmmaker:Ella Cooper | Length: 29 mins 
Featured Subject: Contractor Nick Jardine, On-camera Expert 
Title of Featured Project: Mary and Susanna

[REVIEW] 'Black-ish' is Racist

Friday, 26 September 2014 00:00 Written by
Black-ish is a new comedy that is designed to offer us commentary on post-racial America.