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Originally released in 1992, Black to the Promised Land follows a group of students from Brooklyn, New York all the way to Israel and back.

Hot Docs Film Review: Babe, I Hate To Go

Tuesday, 18 April 2017 19:34 Written by
Babe, I Hate to Go is a short film about a 51-year-old Jamaican migrant worker who leaves home each year for periods of six months or more to work on an Ontario tobacco farm.
Book of Mormon first opened on Broadway in 2011. Since then, it has won 9 Tony Awards, including Best Musical, and has toured London and Australia.

Incredible Me, Incredible Message

Saturday, 08 April 2017 07:59 Written by
MeBookz, a Canadian publishing company, began two and a half years ago with the idea of bringing more diversity into children’s literature.

Ms. Lovely Knows No Labels or Limitations

Sunday, 02 April 2017 16:25 Written by Administrator
The Emancipation of Ms. Lovely is a hilarious, timely and evocative tale of a young woman’s search for love.
Racism is here. This is the message journalist Desmond Cole and acclaimed director Charles Officer hope all Canadians open their eyes to when they watch The Skin We’re In.
When Sisters Speak is now in its 17th year! It's North America’s largest and longest-running showcase of Black spoken word poets curated annually by Scarborough Walk of Fame inductee Dwayne Morgan.

How Black Mothers Say I Love You Returns And Gets A Movie Deal

Wednesday, 15 February 2017 09:57 Written by Camille Dundas
Trey Anthony is unstoppable. She has ridden a wave of success ever since her first hit da' kink in my hair - on the big stage and on the small screen as a popular TV series.
The 5th annual Toronto Black Film Festival (TBFF), one of Canada’s premier festivals for black film opens February 15 - 19.
In the second part of my interview with Rookz, entrepreneur and owner of Sandbox Studios we get to know a little bit about her personal life.

DJ Lissa Monet + The New Wave of Model Turned DJ

Friday, 27 January 2017 08:37 Written by
In this interview, I sit down with Toronto based DJ, Lissa Monet, and we chat about this new wave of female djs seemingly picked because of their looks rather than talent.
C'est Moi, a short film directed by emerging Toronto filmmaker Howard J. Davis and starring Montréal native Jenny Brizard as Marie-Josèphe Angélique has just announced its initial screenings.
Before I let any feelings of the film I Am Not Your Negro be known, I have to get past the fact that I recently met a bright young Black man in the United States who had never heard of the film’s subject: James Baldwin.