Nigerians React to Disney Nigerian Fairy-Tale Movie ‘Princess Sade’

Some Nigerians on Wednesday in Abuja commended the new Disney Nigerian fairy-tale princess called `Sade’, presently being produced by Rick Famuyiwa and Co-written by Ola Shokunbi.

The movie being developed by Walt Disney will be starring a Nigerian princess called “Sade’’. Continue reading Nigerians React to Disney Nigerian Fairy-Tale Movie ‘Princess Sade’

‘La Negrada’ Is Mexico’s First-Ever Fiction Film to Have an All-Black Cast

Long-neglected and discriminated by governments and societies across Latin America, Afro-Latino communities have slowly begun to gain visibility in cinema. Films like Venezuela’s , Puerto Rico’s , Colombia’s La Playa D.C., or the Dominican Republic’s , represent important vehicles towards starting the overdue conversation about race in the region. Continue reading ‘La Negrada’ Is Mexico’s First-Ever Fiction Film to Have an All-Black Cast

‘Crazy Rich Asians’: Behind the Scenes of Music Score

Collider has released a behind-the-scenes look at Brian Tyler’s score for the highly anticipated new romantic comedy Crazy Rich Asians. Based on the worldwide bestselling book by Kevin Kwan, the film stars Constance Wu as a New Yorker who accompanies her boyfriend Nick (Henry Golding) to Singapore to attend a wedding. But her first visit to Asia is soon thrown for a loop when she learns that Nick actually hails from an incredibly wealthy family. Continue reading ‘Crazy Rich Asians’: Behind the Scenes of Music Score

Ghanaian Short Film Screened at Montreal World Film Festival in Canada

‘Vagabonds’, a Ghanaian short film directed by Amartei Armar, has been selected among world films to be screened at the 42nd edition of the Montreal World Film Festival in Canada (MWFF). Continue reading Ghanaian Short Film Screened at Montreal World Film Festival in Canada

Poland Finally Poised to Offer Filming Incentives

Poland is jumping into the incentives fray in Eastern Europe, with lawmakers expected to approve a 30% rebate for qualifying productions out of an overall kitty of €46 million ($53.8 million). Continue reading Poland Finally Poised to Offer Filming Incentives

Coral Gables Art Cinema to Celebrate Spanish Filmmaker Pedro Almodóvar

Who would have suspected back in the 1970s that the scruffy and rebellious young Spaniard — director of immoral movies, with as many fans as critics — would become world famous, with two Oscars, two Golden Globes, nine Goyas, a retrospective at MoMA, an honorary membership in the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences and a juror’s seat at the Cannes Film Festival in 2017? Continue reading Coral Gables Art Cinema to Celebrate Spanish Filmmaker Pedro Almodóvar

HERO Returns Home as Opening Film at the Trinidad and Tobago Film Festival

The highly anticipated World Premiere and Official Launch of Frances-Anne Solomon’s feature film, “Hero: Inspired by The Extraordinary Life and Times of Mr. Ulric Cross,” will be as the Opening Film at Trinidad and Tobago’s prestigious Film Festival, on September 18, 2018 at NAPA, in Port of Spain, Trinidad. Continue reading HERO Returns Home as Opening Film at the Trinidad and Tobago Film Festival

MYArt Film Festival in Italy Honors Fujairah Social and Cultural Association

MYArt Film Festival in the Italian city of in Calabria has honored the Fujairah Social and Cultural Association, by awarding it the “Golden Shield,” in appreciation of its participation in the festival’s first edition, which was held between 8th and 11th July. Continue reading MYArt Film Festival in Italy Honors Fujairah Social and Cultural Association