Royce Hood heads up a new project on a story of perseverance, uncommon Catholic faith, and possible sainthood.
Samantha Smith says a new biopic on the Jamaican reggae superstar handles his gravity well and benefits from a strong supporting cast.
Ava DuVernay’s latest swings for the fences to bring a new angle to Black American history, but comes up short with a middling plot and unclear direction.
Samantha Smith reviews a new Black film that's wowing critics and generating Oscar buzz with its timely themes and free-spirited storytelling.
Samantha Smith reviews the latest film adaptation of a timeless Black literary classic.
The 2021 film exudes Black and Catholic history and culture in the nation's most unique city, and could soon be headed for a major studio.
A new film from Matthew Heineman centers a Black Catholic musician and his complexities as he navigates fame and family at an artistic apex.
Still in the festival circuit, the 2022 film does well in centering survivors and their quest to reunite their family, says Nate Tinner-Williams
The award-winning director will also receive an award from an AIDS relief organization during the annual festivities in Italy.
The 73-year-old Precious Blood priest, the first African American ordained in the city of Cleveland, had for years been in failing health.
"Finding Us" from director Kathryn Carlson premiered earlier this year and will screen this weekend at the inaugural DC/DOX film festival.
Stephen Staten explores how he came to terms with his identity as a gay Catholic in The City that Knows How.
An exciting new Black superhero film pushes boundaries in animation and provides thrills for all levels of comic book lovers.
The 2021 documentary from Gloria Rolando covers the work of the African-American nuns in the Caribbean during the early-to-mid 20th century.
The 2022 film premiered in New York last fall and will screen twice in the Crescent City during Jazz Fest.