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Author's letter is focal point in 'The Help' suit
Written by HOLBROOK MOHR (Associated Press) 26 August 2011
 In this Aug. 16, 2011 file photo, Ablene Cooper, a woman who works for the brother of author Kathryn Stockett, and her son Antonio Cooper, leave the Hinds County Courthouse in Jackson, Miss., expressesing ... read more >>
Indomina Group and Samuel L. Jackson team for first live action “Afro Samurai” film
Written by Sentinel News Service 04 August 2011
 Indomina Group and Samuel L. Jackson team for first live action “Afro Samurai” film  The Indomina Group and Jackson To Produce Feature Film Adaptation It was announced that The Indomina Group, ... read more >>
@ the Box Office (8/4/11 - 8/10/11)
Written by Kam Williams (Contributing Writer) 04 August 2011
OPENING THIS WEEK @ the Box Office Weekly Previews That Make Choosing a Film Fun           By Kam WilliamsSentinel Contributing Writer  For movies opening August 5, 2011  BIG BUDGET FILMS The ... read more >>
Jeta Amata becomes first Nigerian to capture ABFF Grand Jury Prize
Written by Sentinel News Service 23 July 2011
Amata Wins Best Screenplay for Niger Delta-The Story of Black GoldNigerian-born film director, producer and writer Jeta Amata became the first from his native country to capture the prestigious Grand ... read more >>
A South African Star is Born
Written by Kam Williams (Contributing Writer) 16 July 2011
Khomotso Manyaka The "Life, Above All" Interview Khomotso Manyaka was born in 1996 in Elandsdoorn, South Africa, which is where she caught the eye of talent scouts while performing with a church choir. ... read more >>
Tupac Biopic Needs You
Written by EURweb.com 25 March 2011
The Tupac biopic being directed by Antoine Fuqua is experiencing a slow start since Morgan Creek and Universal Pictures, the production entities behind it, are having a hard time casting the movie. Specifically, ... read more >>
Sali’s Soliloquy
Written by Jason Lewis (Sports Editor) 12 March 2011
Salli Richardson-Whitfield    The "I Will Follow" InterviewBy Kam WilliamsSentinel Contributing WriterBorn in Chicago on November 23, 1967, Salli Richardson-Whitfield burst onto the silver screen in ... read more >>
New book, Grammy museum exhibition honors hip-hop
Written by Sentinel News Service 11 February 2011
An image released by Aria Multimedia Entertainment, shows the cover of 'Hip Hop: A Cultural Odyssey.' Through 420 pages, hundreds of photos and dozens of essays, the massive hardcover book takes readers ... read more >>
The Pan African Film Festival Set to Take Audiences Around the World
Written by Sentinel News Service 11 February 2011
"35 and Ticking" By Russ Parr Selected as Opening Night FilmThe Pan African Film Festival (PAFF) is set to take audiences around the world in eight days and back home again with the premiere of "35 and ... read more >>
Quality Time with Nia
Written by Kam Williams (Contributing Writer) 11 February 2011
By Kam WilliamsSentinel Contributing Writer Nia Long The "Mooz-Lum" InterviewNitara Carlynn Long was born in Brooklyn on October 30, 1970, but was raised mostly in South Central Los Angeles in the wake ... read more >>
Producer Cries out for Katrina Victims
Written by Brandon Brooks (Entertainment Editor) 14 January 2011
Ashley - Nicole Sherman Wendell Pierce Ashley-Nicole Sherman unveils a personal documentary based on Katrina victims’ experiences.  By Brandon I. Brooks Sentinel Entertainment Editor New Orleans was ... read more >>
@ the Box Office (12/30/10 – 1/5/11)
Written by Kam Williams (Contributing Writer) 31 December 2010
@ the Box Office (12/30/10 – 1/5/11)  OPENING THIS WEEK By Kam WilliamsFor movies opening December 31, 2010  BIG BUDGET FILMS None  INDEPENDENT & FOREIGN FILMS  Another Year (PG-13 for profanity) ... read more >>
This Week’s DVD Releases (12/30/10 – 1/5/11)
Written by Kam Williams (Contributing Writer) 31 December 2010
This Week’s DVD Releases (12/30/10 – 1/5/11)                                    By Kam Williams   The Americanhttp://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/B002ZG993Q/ref=nosim/thslfofire-20 And ... read more >>
Kerry Washington on everything from films to family to President Obama
Written by Kam Williams (Contributing Writer) 03 December 2010
By Kam WilliamsSentinel Contributing WriterKerry Washington The "For Colored Girls and Night Catches Us" InterviewWinner of the 2005 NAACP Image Award as the "Outstanding Actress in a Motion Picture" for ... read more >>
Ava Has Arrived!
Written by Kam Williams (Contributing Writer) 15 October 2010
Ava Duvernay, the “My Mic Sounds Nice” Interview By Kam Williams Sentinel Contributing Writer has worked in the world of film as a marketer and publicist for more than 14 years, forming DVA Media ... read more >>
Zoe Kravitz takes on X-Men
Written by Sentinel News Service 28 August 2010
 Zoe KravitzLenny Kravitz’s Daughter in New X-MenLisa Bonet and Lenny Kravitz’s daughter, Zoe Kravitz is following in the footsteps of her parents and is entering into the world of entertainment. ... read more >>
On the Q.T. with T.I.
Written by Kam Williams (Contributing Writer) 26 August 2010
   Tip "T.I." Harris arrives at the premiere of the film "Takers" in Los Angeles, Wednesday, Aug. 4, 2010. (AP Photo/Chris Pizzello)Tip "T.I." Harris — the "Takers" Interview  By Kam WilliamsSentinel ... read more >>
Bouncing with Bow Wow
Written by Kam Williams (Contributing Writer) 19 August 2010
  Bow WowBow Wow with the cast of "Lottery Ticket" Bow Wow: the "Lottery Ticket" Interview By Kam WilliamsSentinel Contributing WriterBorn Shad Gregory Moss in Columbus, Ohio on March 9, 1987. Bow Wow ... read more >>
KJLH Host “Just Wright” Movie Premiere
Written by Elzena Rankins (Intern) 20 May 2010
 Common as Scott McKnight in “Just Wright” (Photo by David Lee)By Elzena Rankins (Intern)Common was born Lonnie Rashid Lynn, Jr. in Chicago on March 13, 1972 to Lonnie, Sr. a former pro ... read more >>
Aaron Woolfolk bridges gap between cultures and filmmaking
Written by Brandon I. Brooks (Entertainment Editor) 13 May 2010
Aaron Woolfolk bridges gap between cultures and filmmaking The Harimaya Bridge has the distinct honor of being the first feature film in the Japanese film industry to be directed by an African American. ... read more >>

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Hardwick Has Arrived!
Written by Kam Williams (Contributing Writer) 10 May 2010
Hardwick Has Arrived!Omari HardwickBy Kam Williams Sentinel Contributing Writer                                Omari ... read more >>
Tasha’s Back, and Black and Beautiful as Ever!
Written by Kam Williams (Contributing Writer) 26 April 2010
Tasha Smith Tasha’s Back, and Black and Beautiful as Ever! By Kam Williams Sentinel Contributing Writer Tasha Smith the "My Black Is Beautiful" Interview Tasha Smith and her identical twin, Sidra, ... read more >>
The Lady Waxes Eloquent
Written by Kam Williams (Contributing Writer) 09 April 2010
Jill Scott Jill Scott and Lamar Rucker  The Lady Waxes Eloquent By Kam WilliamsSentinel Contributing Writer The "Why Did I Get Married Too" InterviewJill Scott was born on April 4, 1972 in ... read more >>
Janet in Control
Written by Kam Williams (Contributing Writer) 01 April 2010
Janet in ControlJanet Jackson & Malik Yoba By Kam Williams Sentinel Contributing Writer Janet Jackson the "Why Did I Get Married Too" Interview Born in Gary, Indiana on May 16, 1966, Janet Damita Jo ... read more >>
Producer / Director Jason Madison Explores West Coast Hip-Hop
Written by Brandon I. Brooks (Entertainment Editor) 01 April 2010
Producer / Director Jason Madison Explores West Coast Hip-HopBy Brandon I. Brooks Sentinel Entertainment Editor Producer and Director James Madison is taking Los Angeles by storm with his new innovative ... read more >>

 

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