The Black List: Volume Two -- Trailer for The Black List
Trailer for the documentary The Black List: Volume Two.
The Black List: Volume Two profiles some of today's most fascinating African- Americans. From the childhood inspirations that shaped their ambitions, to the evolving American landscape they helped define, to the importance of preserving a unique cultural identity for future generations, these prominent individuals offer a unique look into the zeitgeist of black America, redefining the traditional pejorative notion of a blacklist.
The list of people featured in The Black List: Vol. 2 includes activist and artist Majora Carter; activist and academic Angela Davis; producer Suzanne de Passe; actor Laurence Fishburne; Anglican Bishop Barbara Harris; Mass. Gov. Deval Patrick; pastor T.D. Jakes; physician and academic Valerie Montgomery-Rice, M.D.; filmmaker Tyler Perry; singer Charley Pride; fashion designer Patrick Robinson; actress Maya Rudolph; musician RZA; filmmaker Melvin Van Peebles; and artist Kara Walker.
Trailer for the documentary The Black List: Volume One.
Journalist Elvis Mitchell interviews twenty-two African American leaders, ranging from athletes and academics to politicians, social activists, and artists, providing a series of living portraits-a unique glimpse into the zeitgeist of black America-and redefining traditional notions of a 'blacklist'.
Trailer for The Black List: Volume Three.
Following the same format as The Black List: Volume One and Volume Two, the third installment focuses on over a dozen prominent African Americans as they speak their minds about a wide range of influences and experiences in this intimate series of first-person video portraits. Introduced via simple IDs, the interviewees speak directly into the camera and share their insights into what it was like growing up black in America, how their backgrounds shaped their philosophies, and what they feel about a society where new opportunities abound, but discrimination still exists. Among the men and women profiled: Whoopi Goldberg, John Legend, Dr. Michael Lomax, Hill Harper, Beverly Johnson, Lee Daniels, LaTanya Richardson.
Trailer for Last Call.
A pathetic and desperate man is kicked out of his neighborhood bar at last call. Pulling a gun he holds the young and ineffectual bartender hostage with the threat of his own suicide. After a feeble attempt at consoling the patron, the focus turns to the young man behind the bar, and a dangerous game of psychological warfare begins and ends with two lives crashing down in a number of unforeseen circumstances.
Part icon, part iconoclast, Melvin Van Peebles is a filmmaker with a history that's as fascinating as any of his motion pictures. This award winning documentary (full of rare achival footage and unforgettable backstage stories from Spike Lee, Mario Van Peebles, Gil Scott-Heron and others) is a carefully-crafted tale of how a young black kid from Chicago ended up making one of the most controversial movies in American history, Sweet Sweetback's Baadasssss Song, the film that sparked the Blaxploitation era in Hollywood. But the story hardly ends there. Director Joe Angio playfully traces Van Peebles' path from atom-bomb-ferrying Air Force pilot to French novelist to proto-rap singer to Wall Street options trader-- a remarkable journey that helps to explain where Sweet Sweetback actually got his song.
Last call and while trying to get Maya home, Tom and Liv realize they've made a connection. Bruce panics, thinking Jessica is going home with Dominic.
The 'Medellin' trailer is leaked on YouTube, and an enraged Billy blames Eric. In an effort to appear younger, Drama gets a scrip for a medical-marijuana facility...so he can purchase the club's stylish cap. Ari and Lloyd attempt to sabotage a deal with a longtime foe so that Vince can get his next project.
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First, Guest Host Judy Woodruff Talks To Jeanne Cummings Of The Wall Street Journaland Linda Wertheimer Of Nprabout Immigration In The United States. Then, New York Times Film Critic Elvis Mitchell Talks To Actor Edward Norton About His Latest Film, Down In The Valley, Which Also Stars Evan Rachel Wood.
Charlie Rose With Frances Visco, Clifford Hudis, Marcia Stefanick & Robert Bazell; Tyler Perry & Elvis Mitchell
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