New Public Awareness Campaign Inspires People to Take Action Against a Failing System. More than 30,000 people die from gun-related deaths in the U.S each year.
Narrated by Roger Waters from Pink Floyd and featuring the likes of Noam Chomsky, The Occupation Of The American Mind is an unflinching look at the information wars Israel and its supporters have been waging in the US for decades.
In Standing Rock & The Battle Beyond, the multi-award-winning Fault Lines team reports on the battle for Native American land rights as protests continue across the Dakota Access oil pipeline.
The African Diaspora International Film Festival is back for its 24th edition from Nov. 25 to Dec 11 with a total of 66 films from 30 countries including 34 US and NY Premieres.
The largest film festival for emerging directors, NFFTY (National Film Festival for Talented Youth), is now accepting entries for its upcoming 2017 festival, looking for the best films from filmmakers under 25 years of age.
The 50th Annual WorldFest-Houston officially opens for entries in less than 30 days, on September 15th and offers Screening Shorts, Docs, Features, Music Videos, Experimental & Student Films on Big 60' AMC Theater screens, with over 700 internationall filmmakers attending the 10-day International Film
Trevor Noah is finding his footing after a rough start replacing the man who made the broadcast essential. His comedy has grown sharper, he's becoming more comfortable with his adopted country and he's finding an audience of his own, even if smaller than his predecessor's.
California's newly appointed Film Commissioner has vowed to use his position to advance the interests of movie producers from Nigeria. Ayuko Babu told The Guardian, in Lagos, that quite a number of Nigerian filmmakers are shooting and doing post-production work in California.
To the beat of African drums, a few dozen people gathered at Dallas City Hall Friday to officially kick off the three-day African Film Festival. The event showcases films made by Africans, as well as a few made by non-Africans about issues important to different regions of the continent.
Hardcore Henry blasted out of the Toronto International Film Festival last September with a punk-rock cockiness, a Midnight Madness award from Toronto audiences and a $10 million deal that guaranteed this low-budget rocket ship a wide distribution deal. By Bruce Kirkland