Terence Nance Commits 'Random Acts of Flyness' in Trippy Trailer
The filmmaker behind “An Oversimplification of Her Beauty” promises a free-association look at structural oppression and the media in his upcoming late-night series for HBO.
The Insecure Season Two Trailer Just Dropped
It’s hella lit.
WATCH: First Trailer for Spike Lee's 'Rodney King'
The movie will debut on Netflix later this month—25 years after LAPD officers were acquitted for beating King.
WATCH: New Trailer for Pixar's 'Coco'
It’s the animation company’s first feature-length film to star a protagonist of color.
Netflix Heralds Return of 'The Get Down' With 'Behind the Music'-Inspired Promo
New episodes of the musical series about hip-hop’s birth in the South Bronx debut on the streaming service on April 7.
Black Millennials Confront Mental Illness, Identity Crises in 'Giants' Web Series
The Jussie Smollett-produced drama premieres tonight on Issa Rae’s YouTube channel.
John Lewis Doc Coming to PBS in February
“Get in the Way” will air on February 10.
WATCH: First Harrowing Trailer for Kalief Browder Docuseries
The Jay Z-produced series will premiere at the Sundance Film Festival next month before airing on Spike in March.
New BET Doc Highlights Role of District Attorneys in Mass Incarceration
Watch the new trailer for “Charged: The DA vs. Black America,” which premieres on BET on November 7.
WATCH: Trailer for 'And Still I Rise' Explores Recent History of Black America
Hosted by Henry Louis Gates, Jr., the four-hour series aims to uncover how African Americans have changed the world.
Black Man's Visit to White Suburb Turns Horrific in New 'Get Out' Trailer
Comedian Jordan Peele’s first foray into the horror genre follows a Black man’s eerie and terrifying visit to visit the parents of his White girlfriend.
WATCH: Viola Davis and Denzel Washington Reprise Broadway Roles in 'Fences' Trailer
August Wilson adapted his own acclaimed play about a working-class Black family in Pittsburgh for the upcoming film, directed by Washington.
WATCH: New Trailer for Ava DuVernay's Mass Incarceration Documentary, '13th'
Named for the Thirteenth Amendment, “13th” will premiere at the New York Film Festival on Friday before making its nationwide debut on Netflix October 7.
WATCH: New Trailer for Restored Version of Julie Dash's Seminal 'Daughters of the Dust'
The 1991 film is cited as an inspiration for Beyoncé’s visual album “Lemonade.”
WATCH: 'Hidden Figures' Trailer Reveals NASA #BlackGirlMagic That Launched Man Into Space
Taraji P. Henson, Octavia Spencer and Janelle Monáe portray three of the Black female mathematicians and scientists who helped the USA catch up in the space race.
Harlem Has a Supernatural Savior in New 'Luke Cage' Trailer
A series about one of Marvel’s most prominent Black superheroes premieres September 30 on Netflix.
The Bronx Burns in New Trailer for 'The Get Down'
Baz Luhrmann’s musical series on hip-hop’s birth will debut on August 12.
WATCH: New Trailer for Ava DuVernay's 'Queen Sugar'
The hour-long family drama is set to debut on OWN this September.
WATCH: Stirring New Trailer for the Mildred and Richard Loving Biopic
“Loving,” which hits theaters on November 4, follows the Black woman and White man who took the case to protect their outlawed love all the way to the Supreme Court.
Undocumented Café Employees Fight Exploitation in 'The Hand That Feeds'
The documentary, part of the “America ReFramed” series, airs tonight on World Channel.