READ: Spike Lee On Revisionist History and the Death of the Dog Whistle
The director talks about the relevance of his new film, “BlacKkKlansman,” whose release marks the one-year anniversary of the deadly Unite the Right march in Charlottesville, Virginia.
Tessa Thompson, Ruth Negga Star in 'Passing' Adaptation
The actresses will star as a pair of childhood friends who wrestle with the fallout of one friend passing as White.
'Hamilton' Could Hit a Movie Theater Near You
A recorded performance of the hit musical reportedly sparked a bidding war among Hollywood film studios.
Melina Matsoukas and Lena Waithe Reunite for 'Queen & Slim'
The “Insecure” director adapts the Emmy winner’s script about a Black couple that kills a police officer in self-defense.
Daveed Diggs and Rafael Casal Break Down Their Film 'Blindspotting'
The creators and stars of the new movie, which follows two friends after one sees a police officer kill a Black man, talk to Colorlines about the film’s development and themes.
Government Tries to Exterminate People of Color in 'The First Purge'
The latest film in the horror franchise explores the origins of The Purge and reveals a racist and classist smokescreen for violence against the marginalized.
'Bao' is Brainchild of Domee Shi, First Woman to Direct A Pixar Short
The much discussed animated film short screens immediately before “Incredibles 2.”
3 Questions With 'Crazy Rich Asians' Star Tan Kheng Hua
Colorlines talks to the Singaporean actress about her relationship with Asian America and why representation matters.
Why Moctesuma Esparza Opens Theaters in Rural Latinx Communities
The producer of “Selena” and “Walkout” says: “Everyone should have a right to dream.”
Jamie Foxx Stars in New 'Spawn' Adaptation
This is the second live-action take on Todd McFarlane’s comic character after 1997’s “Spawn”—the first superhero film with a Black lead.
Celebrate Tupac's Birthday With This 'All Eyez on Me' Trailer
The MC would have turned 45 today.
Harriet Tubman Biopic in the Works
It will be written and directed by Black men.
Ryan Coogler Will Co-Write 'Black Panther' Movie
Marvel previously announced that the “Creed” and “Fruitvale Station” director is set to helm the film.
Here's a New 'Miles Ahead' Clip to Finish Off Your Afternoon
Don Cheadle’s Miles Davis biopic opens in theaters on April 1.
Stephanie Sigman to Become the First Mexican Bond Girl
The Bond series finally casts another Latina.
Codeblack Films Creates Scholarship for Black Film Students
The Lionsgate division seeks to help diversify film.