The American Black Film Festival has announced the lineup for its virtual festival. The program, which will run Aug. 21-30, will feature projects across the categories: U.S. Narrative, International Narrative, Documentary Features, Web Series, and HBO Short Films.
For over four decades, Spike Lee has used film to tell audiences to "Wake up!" We sit down with the director to explore his use of the phrase and the challenging history that inspired it.
On this IMDbrief we recognize cinematic representations of black power that leapt off the screens in the 1970s and milestone movies that you should add to your Watchlist.
The American Black Film Festival (ABFF) is an annual event dedicated to recognizing black talent and showcasing quality film and television content by and about people of African descent. At the heart of the ABFF is our commitment to community, bringing together Black artists to share their work – challenging, encouraging, appreciating and uplifting one another.