By James Greenberg PARK CITY, Utah (Hollywood Reporter) – If one of the roles of documentaries is to record and preserve history, “The Black Power Mixtape 1967-1975″ admirably performs its duty. Assembled from extraordinary footage uncovered in the Swedish Television archives by director Goran Hugo Olsson and augmented by contemporary audio interviews, the film presents [...]
Directed by Talia Lugacy; starring Rosario Dawson. When Kristy is asked to attend a National Sales Meeting at thelast minute, havoc ensues as she races the clock to find a suitable dress and make it back to the banquet in time to impress the CEO.
This unusual painter takes iconic images from classic paintings of the European masters and twists and turns them into satires of contemporary life. Directors Abigail Norris and Jerry Rothwell
Victor, a twelve year-old boy growing up on New York City’s Lower East Side experiences what growing up is all about.
Audrey, called Drey, is 15, African-American, a Brooklyn high school student, a Tootsie-Pop usually in her mouth. She lives in a flat with her mother and older brother. Her mom is tired, working double shifts. Audrey is an observer. She finds one of her teachers, Mr. Dunne, interesting. He’s white, with curly hair and pork-chop [...]