Segregation Documentary 'Teach Us All' Lands on Netflix on 60th Anniversary of Little Rock Nine Action
Director Sonia Lowman: “Sixty years later in Little Rock, history eerily repeats itself.”
New Documentary Explores Current Segregation in America's Schools
The Netflix release of “Teach Us All” coincides with the 60th anniversary of the Little Rock Nine’s school integration action.
EXCLUSIVE: This 'The House on Coco Road' Clip Explores How the War on Drugs Devastated Black Oakland
Damani Baker’s Array-distributed film about his family’s journey from Oakland to Grenada in 1983 comes to Netflix on June 30.
A Family's Utopian Dreams Meet Grenada Invasion in 'The House on Coco Road'
Director Damani Baker’s portrait of his family’s flight from American racism to leftist-controlled Grenada comes to Netflix on June 30 via Ava DuVernay’s Array.
Ava DuVernay's Array Kicks Off Women's History Month with 12-Hour Twitter Takeover
The “13th” director’s film network’s third “Rebel-A-Thon” features the likes of Julie Dash, Mira Nair and more in social media conversation about representation in film.
Haile Gerima's 'Ashes and Embers' Now Available on Netflix
Ava DuVernay’s Array re-released the L.A. Rebellion legend’s film about a Black Vietnam War veteran.
Ava DuVernay’s 'Queen Sugar' to Be Helmed by Slate of Black Women Directors
“It’s an exciting time to invite women into this show.”
Array Films 'Out of My Hand' and 'Ayanda' Now Available on Netflix
Both films were released through Ava DuVernay’s distribution network.
EXCLUSIVE: Watch a Clip from New Film 'Out of My Hand'
The new film from Ava DuVernay’s ARRAY is only the second foreign-production narrative feature film ever shot in Liberia.
Ava DuVernay Relaunches 'AFFRM' as 'Array' In Support of Women and POC Filmmakers
DuVernay came to the realization that her film distribution collective needed to work with a broader scope of filmmakers.