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2020 has turned everything upside down and TMG Fre$h is understandably pissed that he can’t be on the road right now entertaining his existing fans while garnering new ones. After surviving a home invasion that was clearly conspired by people he considered loved ones, the Bay Area rapper, actor and filmmaker is grateful, but unquestionably ready…

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Tyler Perry has officially become a billionaire. The 50-year-old filmmaker has been named as Hollywood’s latest member of the club after earning $1.4 billion in pre-tax income since 2005, and it’s said he’s currently worth $1 billion overall. According to Forbes magazine, Tyler has earned his wealth through shrewd business prowess, and he owns 100…

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Filmmaker John Singleton had been the executive producer of the critically acclaimed “Snowfall” prior to his death. The 51-year-old passed away on April 29, after being taken off of life support following a “major stroke.” According to TMZ, “Snowfall” season 3 is almost finished production and will wrap in June and Singleton will not be replaced as an executive…

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Spike Lee revealed he went undercover following the release of his latest film, BlacKkKlansman. The movie tells the story of a policeman who sets out to expose the local chapter of the Ku Klux Klan. The filmmaker told Metro.co.uk: “Even last night I was here for a screening, and what I tried to do was sneak…

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Baltimore filmmaker Dennis Williams broke into the industry by working in creative marketing and content for various digital media brands. Williams has come face-to-face with adversity, overcoming homelessness and moving to New York. It wasn’t until last year when Williams released his award-winning short film, Note to Self, that things began to turn around. His films…

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An award-winning filmmaker (Versailles ’73: American Runway Revolution) and advertising agency account leader (BBDO), Deborah Riley-Draper has navigated blue-chip client relationships while also honing extensive experience in managing broadcast, print, digital, social media and experiential programs from ideation to production to measurement. Here, she shares why she’s inspired, if bucket lists really matter and how…

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  Todd Belcore and Emile Cambry “Ideas with Action” and “Create. Social. Change.” are the taglines that childhood friends and entrepreneurs Todd Belcore and Emile Cambry came up with when they produced the inaugural Chicago International Social Change Film Festival, a three day festival that took place this past October. The Chicago International Social Change…

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Golden Globe Award-winning actor Idris Elba (“Luther,” “The Wire”) has proven that he’s dynamic onscreen. Now, the British star is stepping behind the camera and showing off his filmmaking prowess. He recently directed the video promo for Mumford & Sons latest single “Lover Of The Light.” And, he’s also starring in the video. Mumford tells press,…

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Stars: Mario Van Peebles, Michael Jai White, Salli Richardson-Whitfield, Snoop Dogg Studio: XLrator Media Clearly We the Party aims to appeal to young theatergoers, since it’s loaded with the themes that many kids are concerned about (and in some cases, obsessed with): being popular, sex, prom, college, the opposite sex, partying, avoiding bullies, etc. Academics?…

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Two years ago, director Termaine (M5) Brown, 29, pitched his camera in his Harlem neighborhood to shoot a controversial movie about criminally minded children. The new straight-to-DVD movie, Toddlers, follows a gang of chubby cheeked children who sell drugs, brandish weapons, have sex and murder rivals. As the video makes its rounds, some parents and…

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