AAFCA member Edward Adams talks with producer, Debra Martin Chase about her career, her motivations, and her latest film, “Harriet”
The African American Film Critics Association (AAFCA) celebrated another great year of cinema at the Toronto International Film Festival with its annual luncheon at David Chang’s Momofuku Noodle Bar. The … Read More “Gallery: AAFCA at TIFF”
Pennywise the horrific clown is back to terrorize the town of Derry, New Hampshire in “IT: Chapter Two”. However, his reemergence, both in Derry and on the big screen, while … Read More “Review: ‘It: Chapter Two’”
“Once Upon A Time In Hollywood” is Quentin Tarantino’s terrific, painstakingly poignant, and often hilariously depicticton of Hollywood on the brink of change and its inevitable loss of innocence.
“Rocketman” is truly a spectacular musical tribute to an iconic and equally spectacular performer on stage, who sadly had a less than spectacular private life.
“Godzilla: King of the Monsters” gives the audience exactly what it expects – kaiju fights and little else.
“Brightburn” is a simple, but effectively clever horror film that reimagines the typical comic book narrative.
It’s the heart, not the bravado and brawn, that makes this film resonate with emotions that touch not only the characters; but also, the loyal audiences that have steadfastly traveled with them on their journey.
Samuel Bazawule brilliantly redefines African storytelling is this touching, spiritual story.
(Note: This article contains numerous, but necessary plot spoilers) In these racially divisive times we find ourselves mired in across the country of late, people are understandably desperate for some … Read More “Why “Green Book” Should Be Shunned At Oscar Time by Tim Estiloz”