Originally titled Bandes des Filles (“band of girls” or “gangs of girls”) in its native France, Girlhood‘s story specifically follows Marieme. We’re introduced to her as a 16-year-old under-performing schoolgirl that through chance catches the eyes of Lady, the queen bee of a girl gang. Soon Marieme rises as the quiet girl gone gritty, with a […]

The release of the highly successful film, “Fruitvale Station,” at last year’s Sundance Film Festival seemed to spark an increase in Black independent films and this year proves to be no different. Independent film maker, Justin Simien, touched on race relations when he debuted his dramedy, “Dear White People” at the 2014 Sundance Film Festival […]

Zoe Saldana, 50 Cent, Don Cheadle, Terrell Owens, Oprah and tons more celebs hit up the 2011 Sundance Film Festival over the weekend in Park City, Utah. Check out all the action below: Zoe Saldana At The “Burning Palms” Premiere [PHOTOS] Chelsea Handler: “I Can’t Handle 50 Cent”