This February (Black Heritage Month) marks the 3rd anniversary of our national PBS broadcast premiere on AfroPoP: The Ultimate Cultural Exchange. This also marks the final month that our film, A LOT LIKE YOU, will be airing on public TV stations across the country. (So check your local listings!) We’ve seen […]
As we considered what special features to include on our upcoming DVD, our creative team mulled over the best of what we have to offer. And one special feature we knew we had to include was my conversation with Warren Etheredge on the High Bar. While on set, I was amazed […]
March 28th, 2012 @ 6:51am Filmmaker Eli Kimaro explores her roots Eli Kimaro is a first-generation American, with a Chagga father, from Tanzania, and Korean mother. In 2003, shortly after she was married, she panicked. When she thought about the children she and her husband might have and realized that […]
cruising the webs, i came across this article promoting the upcoming ADIFF Best of Fest screenings this weekend. many thanks to Parlour Magazine for highlighting our film. how I wish we could be there in person to see where the post-screening conversation goes!!!
UNICEF just released a study that found that nearly 1 in 3 Tanzanian girls are sexually abused before the age of 18. The rate of sexual abuse for boys is approximately 1 in 7. From BBC News: UNICEF official Andy Brooks said the survey was the most comprehensive carried out on […]
Logic Amen was at our screening on June 12th. He reflects on the question he posed at our Q&A session in a 3min piece–Speak On It (KBCS). Is it possible for us in the US to respectfully engage in the struggle for justice and equality in developing countries without compromising […]
The Droge & Summers Blend song “Two of the Lucky Ones” — that was featured in Zombieland, and appears (in a modified version) in ALLY — has just been nominated for an Independent Music Award. Huge Congrats to Pete & Elaine!!!