In an Instagram post, director Ava DuVernay wrote a heartfelt thank you message to everyone who watched her biopic Selma in select theaters on opening day.
'Selma' Director Ava DuVernay Makes History as First Black Female Director Nominated for Golden Globe
The 42-year-old director started out in publicity, but she crossed over to filmmaking once she saw producer Michael Mann at work.
The critically-acclaimed film starring Omari Hardwick and Emayatzy Corinealdi is coming to DVD.
The lineup for the Urbandworld Film Festival's spotlight events heats up.
The 7th annual Black Women in Hollywood event returns to the Beverly Hills Hotel and will honor the achievements of Black women in film and TV.
The award-winning director is picking up the project after Lee Daniels left it behind.
DuVernay chronicles Venus Williams' battle for equal pay in tennis in the new documentary Venus Vs.
More than a year after making history at Sundance, the filmmaker wins the John Cassavetes Award at a ceremony honoring indie film.