ENTERTAINMENT
The cute factor is unrelenting in the short 20 minute documentary titled Music Lessons by filmmaker Michael Mabbott.

[REVIEW] "Random"

Thursday, 02 April 2015 15:59 Written by
Montreal, Quebec. Pre-opening night, mostly media invited, actors, performers, close friends and family are present.
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. 
Waleed Abdulhamid is a multi-instrumentalist, composer, vocalist, producer and film-maker. He was born in Sudan and began performing at the age of 6. Abdulhamid who teaches at Humber College has toured Egypt, Syria, Kuwait and Emirate, and is known for incorporating traditional rhythms into popular music from Sudan.
Angela Walcott’s perfect bedtime story will inspire and uplift the lives of African Canadian children who need the confidence to be whatever they want to be. 
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.

BHM 2015 Publishers Top 5 picks

Thursday, 05 February 2015 00:00 Written by
No other time of year do we have so many Black focused cultural events happening across Canada, than in Black History Month. February is jam packed with events, more than you could possibly attend,
Shakespeares’ Niggas, Beatdown, Born Ready, Pusha-Man...sound familiar? These are some of the plays written by Trinidadian born Joseph Jomo Pierre. His plays have been produced by Obsidian Theatre company, and now Jomo has co-written a piece based on Charles Dickens' Oliver Twist, aptly titled Twisted.

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.