Hot Off the Press! Creativity & Storytelling ‘Zine: Black History Month Special Edition

Blackfilm.com’s Top Ten African American Directors Of The Decade (2010-2019)

Grateful to be sharing this Black History Month Special Edition of Creativity & Storytelling ‘Zine with you; including #TopTen African American Directors of the Decade!

Some of the content featured in this special issue includes:

10 films to watch this Black History Month – Q City Metro
“Dear Basketball” lives on as part of Bryant’s legacy as a father, husband, coach, philanthropist and basketball player. Director Ivan Dixon (also an actor in the film) and screenwriter Sam Greenlee…

Blackfilm.com’s Top Ten African American Directors Of The Decade
(2010-2019)

As a new decade starts, we take a look Black at those directors who in the last ten years had continued to succeed, critically and financially, in making films and uplifting the community to pave the…

The 30+ Best Black Sports Movies Ever Made – ranker.com
Black sports movies combine the thrill of competition with athletes’ desire to fight against oppression. The top black sports movies range from completely fictitious comedies to compelling real-life…

This issue is dedicated to my dear aunt Teal (Lucille Turner), who in her youth studied acting with Lee Strasberg in New York City, was proposed to by classmate Al Lewis (Right! Grampa on The Munsters TV show), and was often mistaken for the beautiful actress, Dorothy Dandridge. Rest in peace, Auntie. Read this special issue!

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