ICYMI: The Films and Creators To Root for at the Spirit Awards
From “If Beale Street Could Talk” to “Sorry to Bother You,” here are the projects that earned nominations from Film Independent.
On The Fright—and Delight—Of Halloween
Because nothing is more terrifying than racial injustice—and nothing is more adorable than kids whose costumes show us who they really are.
3 Questions With 'Sorry to Bother You' Director Boots Riley
Riley talked to Colorlines about bringing his revolutionary politics into his first film and the activism he hopes “Sorry to Bother You” inspires.
WATCH: Telemarketing Dreams Turn Sinister in Trailer for 'Sorry to Bother You'
The film follows a Black telemarketer who enters a bizarre world of decadence after successfully employing his “White voice.”
5 Films by Creators of Color to Follow at Sundance in 2018
At the upcoming Sundance Film Festival, Boots Riley, Daveed Diggs and others will screen dramatic or documentary films that take on criminal justice, labor and other racial equity issues.