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Independent Films

‘The Preacher’s Son’ asks should you marry for love or money?

By Christal Jordan / March 13, 2017

Oscar buzz for Naomie Harris in intense indie flick, ‘Moonlight’

By Yvette Caslin / October 31, 2016

Black film collective brings new life to sci-fi with Paradigm Grey

By Eddy "Precise" Lamarre / October 26, 2016

Filmmaker Tangie B. Moore resets after mom’s breast cancer battle, scripts film

By Yvette Caslin / October 2, 2016

Dawson and Ginzberg’s ‘Agents of Change’ premieres at Black Harvest Film Fest

By Tony Binns / August 18, 2016

‘This Is Not Chiraq’ creators aim for honest portrayal in new series pilot

By Tony Binns / August 17, 2016

Black Harvest Film Festival celebrates Black independent filmmaking

By Tony Binns / August 5, 2016

‘Carter High’ film explores other side of ‘Friday Night Lights’

By East Texas Bama / July 24, 2016

Armani Martin’s ‘Deus Ex Machina’ a timely film on Black America’s pain

By Yvette Caslin / July 19, 2016

Director Corey Grant on crowdfunding and his new, independent film ‘Illicit’

By Lala Martinez / July 4, 2016

ABFF and McDonald’s present winner of ‘My Community’ video competition

By Eddy "Precise" Lamarre / June 29, 2016

Terri J. Vaughn busts down doors for Black actors, directs new comedy

By Kacie Whaley / May 5, 2016

Filmmakers seeking funding for series pilots, time is running out!

By Yvette Caslin / March 23, 2016

Theo Ogunyode talks about ‘The Donut Shop’ and indie filmmaking

By Stereo Williams / March 19, 2016

Darnell Lamont Walker documents journey to seek asylum from injustice

By Yvette Caslin / March 8, 2016

Black Panthers documentary to uncover group’s fallacies and facts

By Kacie Whaley / February 15, 2016

Taylor Ri’chard discusses his new horror film, ‘The Final Project’

By Rolling Out / February 12, 2016

Isaiah Washington is back and better than ever with new film, ‘The Sin Seer’

By Lala Martinez / February 6, 2016

Robert Townsend talks indie film, ‘Playin for Love’

By Lala Martinez / February 4, 2016

Melvin Van Peebles’ life examined in ‘How to Eat Your Watermelon in White Company (and Enjoy It)’

By Rolling Out / February 1, 2016