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Archive for May, 2015

Retro Looks for Modern Day Style: The Glam Look

In the 1970s’ and the 1980s’ film had a huge impact on today’s fashion. African American films such as Super Fly, The Mack, Cleopatra Jones, Coffee, and Cotton Comes to Harlem set a trend for urban fashion today. Toda...

“WHAT’S OLD IS NEW” by Pam Moultrie

There are so many themed styles to use for decorating your home. Modern, classic, country and even eclectic, the hardest part of decorating is deciding on a style that suits you. In today’s trending styles, what’s old is ne...


“A Soulfully Nerdy Experience” By Nicole Isaac

There is only one word that can describe what happened when I witnessed Kenny Wesley performing and it is “Dynamic”. I can honestly say by definition he is that word. With a larger than life personality and an even larger t...

2015 Summer Movie Guide

The summer of 2015 features a boatload of remakes: (Mad Max: Fury Road), sequels: (Magic Mike XXL), reboots: (Transporter Refueled) and some remade films so old you probably won’t even remember the original, like the 50th-ann...


“Sister, Sister, Sister” by K. Nichole Worsely and Linda Gentry

Sister, Sister, Sister is a unique and entertaining drama about three sisters from different eras that find each other through the death of their biological father. The sisters discover life, love, and forgiveness when they mee...

THE BUSINESS OF BEING “TRANSPARENT” By Darryl Rembert

Amazon now has a Golden-Globe Award winning TV series, “Transparent”. While some may have questioned the company’s decision to enter the arena of television and producing original programming, it may have turned o...


“Esteemed TV producer Norman Lear realizes the power of arts and entertainment” by Ebony Shamberger

After 92 years, eight months and one day, Norman Lear finally realized the power of arts and entertainment. On this day, he took stage at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington, DC to address hundreds ...

“A SOUTH BY SOUTHWEST EXPERIENCE” by Tamoya Daum

Every spring one of the biggest music, interactive, and film events on the planet took place. South by Southwest (SXSW) takes place in Austin, Texas and began in 1987. The music scene has continued to grow tremendously in Austi...


“GUERRILLA FILM MAKING 101″ Tips & Tricks for Inspiring Indie Filmmakers by Erik Humphrey, Publisher

Guerrilla Film making can be exciting and there aren’t any rules.  You can be creative with your ideas. However, it is very imperative to know if you’re planning to shoot a film guerrilla style, you are shooting at your ow...

A Film Maker on the Move: “Nestor Hernandez: The Black Pearl of Photographers” by Sandy Waters

For years Sandy Waters of  Waters Reflextions film poured all of her energies into working and looking at over 25 hours of video footage to compile her latest documentary film: Black Pearl of Photographers”. I am a graduate ...






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