Documentaries

Black History Month may fall on the shortest month of the year, but network and cable television stations have jumped on board to celebrate our…

  “Blue Caprice” is a new film that tells the chilling story of John Lee Muhammad and his Seventeen year old accomplice, Lee Boyd Malvo. In October of 2002, those in the D.C. metropolitan area feared for their lives everyday. The “D.C. sniper”, as he was labeled, and his partner-in-crime murdered 10 innocent people and […]

Young Jeezy’s long awaited new album TM103: Hustlerz Ambition will be in stores tomorrow. In advance of that music Jeezy has released the first forty minutes of his documentary, A Hustlerz Ambition. Narrated by Samuel L. Jackson the movie takes viewers behind the scenes with  Young Jeezy while he tours the world. The doc includes […]

Bill Duke’s documentary, Dark Girls will be premiering this week at the International Black Film Festival in Nashville, Tennessee. The piece explores the challenging issues African-American women face with skin color and how it impacts their self-esteem. Watch the trailer below and a clip below and for more information about the film go to their website […]

A rare and candid TV interview with Martin Luther King, Jr. – unseen in 40 years – is the centerpiece of this timely tribute, featuring exclusive interviews with such notables as Jesse Jackson, Rosa Parks and Colin Powell that provide fresh insight into the life and personality of the late civil rights leader. “When I […]