“’Every time we get a chance to get ahead they move the finish line. Every time.’”
“Moonlight” is the first feature film McMillon has worked on, and she’s making history for it: McMillon is the first black woman ever nominated for an Oscar in Film Editing.
Just two days after the 2017 SAG awards where she won for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series for Netflix’s “Orange is the New Black,” Diane Guerrero spoke at UCLA about her new memoir, “In the Country We Love: My Family Divided.”
In our Tunesday series, we will highlight a musician, song, or album that is currently making us smile, reflect or wonder. This week, we will focus on the French artist Christine and The Queens and her song “iT”.
Almost a month following a year of many celebrity deaths, we have lost another iconic star. Mary Tyler Moore, the first woman to play an independent and capable working woman in mainstream media, died last Wednesday in Greenwich, Conn. at 80 years old.
Our new series, “Success Saturdays” will focus each week on an amazing woman who has triumphed in, and left an impact on, the entertainment industry. For the first piece in this series, we’re taking a look at two “Bright Lights” of Hollywood who were lost this past December: mother and daughter, Debbie Reynolds and Carrie Fisher.
From “Gilmore Girls,” we find empowerment, with recognition of where we have come from, and an indication of the long way that we still have to go.
Marvel’s many new films and television shows easily afford them opportunities to turn some of their older, and frankly more problematic properties, into something less offensive and more befitting of a more socially conscious era.
Solange’s newest album, “A Seat at the Table,” is an album full of references to her struggles with mental wellness, but also what the black community needs in order to encourage discussion about mental health.
“Mulan” told me that I, as well as my culture, had just as much value as any other I’d seen on screen. However, movies like “Mulan” are rare exceptions.