#FundraiserFriday: Rising Filmmaker Depicts a Millennial Black Woman's Journey to Islam in 'Jinn'
Nijla Baseema Mu’min’s Kickstarter campaign for her upcoming narrative film is just $2,000 shy of its $25,000 goal.
Ava DuVernay's 'Middle of Nowhere' Will be on DVD, On Demand
The upcoming release on DVD will be the first time that it’s made widely available since showing in theaters in 2012.
'Middle of Nowhere' Opens To Biggest Per Screen Average This Weekend
The film brought in the biggest per-screen ticket sales total for any film currently in theaters.
Families Urge the FCC to Lower Price of Prison Phone Calls
Advocates say regulation would both reduce the price-gouging that incarcerated persons’ families suffer and simultaneously contribute to the social good by reducing recidivism.
Sundance Winner 'Middle of Nowhere' Gets Release Date and Trailer
film chronicles a woman’s struggle to adapt to life after her husband’s incarceration.
Ava Duvernay Becomes First Black Woman to Win Best Director at Sundance
Ava DuVernay won the Best Director award at the Sundance Film Festival for her drama ‘Middle Of Nowhere’ – making her the first black woman to take home the honor.