‘Black Women’: New Screening Series Spotlights 81 Years of Trailblazing African American Actresses

Coming to Film Forum in New York City is “Black Women,” a 70-film screening series that spotlights 81 years – 1920 to 2001 – of trailblazing African American actresses in American movies. Scheduled ...

In Memoriam 2019: Gallery of 40 celebrity deaths includes Doris Day, Diahann Carroll, Tim Conway, Luke Perry

In Memoriam 2019: Gallery of 40 celebrity deaths includes Doris Day, Diahann Carroll, Tim Conway, Luke Perry With 2019 now ending, Gold Derby celebrates over 40 celebrities who died in the past 12 months. Tour our photo gallery above as we feature tributes to these actors, actresses, musicians, producers and ...

Diahann Carroll, Tony And Golden Globe Winner, Dead At 84

Carroll as the glamorous Dominique Deveraux in "Dynasty". By Lee Pfeiffer Actress Diahann Carroll has passed away at age 84 from breast cancer. Carroll was the consummate performer, making her mark ...

Diahann Carroll, Pioneering ‘Julia’ Actress, Dead at 84

Diahann Carroll, Pioneering ‘Julia’ Actress, Dead at 84 Diahann Carroll, the groundbreaking actress who starred in Dynasty and Julia, has died at age 84. She was one of the first black actresses to have a major role on television. Carroll’s daughter ...

Diahann Carroll Remembered by Hollywood: She ‘Broke Ground With Every Footstep’

Diahann Carroll Remembered by Hollywood: She ‘Broke Ground With Every Footstep’ Diahann Carroll, the Tony-winning, Oscar-nominated singer and actress who paved the way for black actors by becoming the first African American woman to star in her own TV series, “Julia,” died on ...

Diahann Carroll, Groundbreaking ‘Julia’ and ‘Dynasty’ Actress, Dies at 84

Diahann Carroll, Groundbreaking ‘Julia’ and ‘Dynasty’ Actress, Dies at 84 Emmy- and Oscar-nominated, Golden Globe and Tony Award-winning actress and singer Diahann Carroll has died at the age of 84. Susan Kay, Carroll’s daughter, told The Associated Press her mother passed ...

Diahann Carroll Dies: Groundbreaking Star Of TV’s ‘Julia’ & Tony Winner Was 84

Diahann Carroll Dies: Groundbreaking Star Of TV’s ‘Julia’ & Tony Winner Was 84 Diahann Carroll, TV’s history-making star of NBC’s 1960s sitcom Julia and Broadway’s first black Tony Award-winner in a leading role for the 1962 musical No Strings, died today of cancer. The Dynasty ...

Diahann Carroll, Groundbreaking Star of ‘Julia’ and ‘Dynasty,’ Dies at 84

Diahann Carroll, Groundbreaking Star of ‘Julia’ and ‘Dynasty,’ Dies at 84 Diahann Carroll, the first African American woman to star in a non-servant role in a network television series, has died after losing a battle to cancer, her daughter Suzanne Kay told the Associated ...

Diahann Carroll, ‘Julia’ and ‘Dynasty’ Star, Dies at 84

Diahann Carroll, ‘Julia’ and ‘Dynasty’ Star, Dies at 84 Singer and Tony-winning, Oscar-nominated actress Diahann Carroll, the first African American woman to star in her own TV series, has died at at her home in Los Angeles after a long bout with cancer. ...

Will a Black ‘Little Mermaid’ Flip the Script on White Actresses in Hollywood? (Guest Blog)

Will a Black ‘Little Mermaid’ Flip the Script on White Actresses in Hollywood? (Guest Blog) Nearly two decades after he helped bring back the movie musical with Best Picture Oscar winner “Chicago,” director Rob Marshall has made Hollywood history again. By casting 19-year-old singer Halle ...

10 Movie Hits Launched at Sundance in 2018, From ‘Won’t You Be My Neighbor’ to ‘Eighth Grade’ (Photos)

10 Movie Hits Launched at Sundance in 2018, From ‘Won’t You Be My Neighbor’ to ‘Eighth Grade’ (Photos) “Colette” ($5.1 million domestic) — Our list opens with Keira Knightley’s portrayal of the author of the “Claudine” novels, who strikes out on her own after her manipulative husband takes the novels ...

"Colette" - History Is About To Change

Sneak Peek footage from "Colette", the new Brit biographical drama, directed by Wash Westmoreland, from a screenplay by Westmoreland and Richard Glatzer, based on the life of French novelist ...

‘Colette’: How Costumes Defined Keira Knightley as Both a Gender Rebel and a Fashion Icon

‘Colette’: How Costumes Defined Keira Knightley as Both a Gender Rebel and a Fashion Icon In Wash Westmoreland’s “Colette,” the most famous female writer of the early 20th century –played by Keira Knightley– dressed the part in subversive fashion. Which provided the perfect opportunity for ...

Film Review: Keira Knightley is Ahead of Her Times as ‘Colette’

Chicago – The maturation of Keira Knightley… from ‘Bend it Like Beckham” to “Pride and Prejudice” to the current “Colette,” has had the actor delivering an evolving depth and purpose to her roles. The ...

Colette (2018) Movie Trailer 2: Keira Knightley Ghostwrites Willy’s ‘Claudine’ Novels for Dominic West

Colette Trailer 2 Bleeker Street has released the second movie trailer for Colette (2018). Unlike the first trailer, this trailer shows the popularity and sensation of the Claudine brand that ...

Keira Knightley Is "Colette"

Sneak Peek footage from "Colette", the new Brit biographical drama, directed by Wash Westmoreland, from a screenplay by Westmoreland and Richard Glatzer, based on the life of French novelist ...

TCM Teams With African-American Film Critics On ‘The Black Experience On Film’

Turner Classic Movies and the African American Film Critics Association have partnered on The Black Experience on Film, a monthlong programming initiative showcasing portrayals of African-Americans ...

Salute To Classic Black Actresses Film Festival at Missouri History Museum Oct. 9-11

Film was a particularly difficult industry for black actresses to break into. Hattie McDaniel was the first black actress to ever win an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress in 1939, for playing ...

Ava DuVernay Could Make Oscar History With a Best Director Nom

By Anjelica Oswald Managing Editor Last year’s Oscar ceremony made history when director Steve McQueen became the first black filmmaker to win for best picture with 12 Years a Slave and Alfonso ...

InDepth InterView Exclusive: James Earl Jones Talks Driving Miss Daisy, You Can't Take It With You, Star Wars, The Lion King & More

Today it is BroadwayWorld's extreme honor to bring you an exclusive and extensive discussion with one of the finest American actors in history all about his legendary career onstage and on screens ...

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