The Sundance film festival winner introduces viewers to the reality of what it looks like to be employed and unhoused.
The film was acquired for more than $12 million, surpassing the documentary sales record set at Sundance last year.
The selections at Sundance this year prove how diverse Black storytelling has become.
The Black female writer-director behind "Selah and The Spades" shares a never-before-told story about the production, why Lovie Simone has that “It” factor, and how Rihanna inspired the film’s visual style.
It premieres Friday on Amazon Prime Video.
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The annual event, which celebrated its 11th year on Wednesday, takes place every awards season and gives Black women an opportunity to celebrate each other.
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The film, set to premiere on HBOMax, paints a broad but nuanced picture of how our culture works to silence Black women.
A space for creatives of color to connect and inspire each other, the MACRO Lodge hosted some of Sundance's best events.
Traditionally, big wins at Sundance Film Festival leads to greater exposure for projects and the creators behind them.
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The cast and crew, including Issa Rae, Yvonne Orji, Jay Ellis, Alexander Hodge, and writer-producer Prentice Penny opened up about the show during a panel at Sundance.
11 Houz Jamaican Restaurant is the heart and soul of Utah's Black food scene.
The film, based on A’ziah “Zola” King’s viral 2015 Twitter thread, made its premiere at Sundance where it was a highlight of the festival.
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