Monthly Archive

September 2008

Welcome to our Archives page. On this page you will find all 8 of our articles broken down into Months and Years.
Movie Reviews
Meres J. Weche

Miracle at St. Anna: Spike Lee's Mandate

Spike Lee’s World War II epic, Miracle at St. Anna, now in theatres, is an attempt to counter the traditional Hollywood iconography of historical war movies. Drawing from James McBride’s 2003 novel read more..

Meres J. Weche

Toronto Poets and Story Tellers

Toronto is certainly a hub of very talented and creative individuals with a lot to offer. Among those are some inspiring black poets and storytellers with both a gift for words and a dedication to u read more..

Movie Reviews
Staff Writer

Sam Jackson Talks Lakeview Terrace: Taking The Tough Questions

Never one to shy away from controversial characters, Samuel L. Jackson has been taking it on the chin in some circles, for the interracial mating thriller, Lakeview Terrace. Jackson plays Abel, a co read more..

Movie Reviews
Staff Writer

Film Review: Adam Resurrected

Adam Resurrected is an incredibly bizarre yet fascinating film about Holocaust survivors and the emotional pain that haunts their lives, years later. While it is by no means a great film, its streng read more..

Staff Writer

Jada Pinkett Smith Talks The Women

When Jada Pinkett Smith stopped by to gab about her latest movie, The Women, the subject was strictly girl talk, what else. That dynamic screen diva also known as Ms. Will Smith off camera, had lots read more..

Movie Reviews
Meres J. Weche

Examined Life: Being Cornel West

One of the most engaging films screening at this year’s Toronto International Film Festival is Canadian-born director Astra Taylor’s Examined Life. The film follows a group of celebrated contemporar read more..

Movie Reviews
Meres J. Weche

What if the English language started spreading a deadly virus?

Canadian director Bruce McDonald introduces a thought-provoking, and even strange, idea in his latest film premiering at the Toronto International Film Festival tonight. Canada’s preeminent cult fil read more..

Staff Writer

Third World Ghetto

Not So Far From Home: Light and Glass by Moses Kofi, is a photography series of experimentations and discoveries on the perception of poverty. The showing uses various methods and materials to contr read more..

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