On Sunday, AMC launches its new thriller series Dark Winds. Based on author Tony Hillerman's "Leaphorn and Chee" book series, Zahn McClarnon and Kiowa Gordon star as a pair of Navajo police officers investigating a series of murders and a violent bank robbery. The 1970s-set thriller series was produced by Hillerman fans Robert... Read More.
(NEW YORK) -- A Fox News cameraperson was killed and a correspondent was injured in Ukraine, shortly after the death of a freelance journalist also covering the Russian invasion. Fox News' Pierre Zakrzewski, 55, was killed while working alongside Fox News State Department correspondent Benjamin... Read More.
Deadline reports Josh Duhamel has been tapped to star opposite Lauren Graham in season two of Disney+’s The Mighty Ducks: Game Changers. He'll will play new character NHL player-turned-coach Gavin Cole in the hockey-themed sequel series. Duhamel replaces Emilio Estevez, who told the outlet he left... Read More.
For the second time, the thriller streaming service Shudder is highlighting Black writers and directors with a new horror anthology, Horror Noire. A follow-up to 2019's documentary Black Noire: A History of Black Horror, Black Noire will feature six stories together in one two-hour presentation, each written and directed by Black filmmakers. Included in... Read More.
The 2021 Tribeca Film Festival is honoring "the voices of the African Diaspora" with its inaugural Juneteenth lineup that puts an emphasis "on African-American artists, performers, filmmakers, and interdisciplinary creators.” The slate includes 66 films and 54 world premieres from Black talent, as well as... Read More.
Mahin Ibrahim and Phillip Domfeh are two of the company leaders behind Disney's Launchpad, a collection of live-action short films which helps to highlight a new generation of dynamic storytellers. For Ibrahim, who serves as
Parasite director Bong Joon-ho is urging his fellow filmmakers to help stamp out hate and racism. Bong, who recently served as a masterclass guess lecturer for Chapman University's Dodge College in Orange, California, opened up about his thoughts regarding America's current racial turmoil and discussed what the film industry can do to help. "I’m far... Read More.
(LOS ANGELES) -- While maintaining that "music, TV and film productions are allowed to operate," the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health has issued a memo asking producers to "strongly consider pausing work" amid the county's "catastrophic surge in coronavirus cases." Despite... Read More.
(LOS ANGELES) -- ViacomCBS is teaming up with some major star power in an effort to offer more opportunities for people of color and women. The company has announced that they've set up a First Time Directors program that... Read More.