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    Watch Actress Yolonda Ross' Directorial Debut 'Breaking Night'

    Watch Actress Yolonda Ross' Directorial Debut 'Breaking Night'

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    First Look Photos of Laz Alonso as Taraji P. Henson's Ex-Husband on 'Person of Interest'

    CBS has released new photos of Laz Alonso in his upcoming role on season 3 of Person of Interest, set to air this week. Alonso co-stars in the episode as Paul Carter, ex-husband of Jocelyn "Joss" Carter (Taraji P. Henson), who is in the middle of a "major life-and-death story arc."

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    Shorts to See at 2013 Martha's Vineyard African American Film Fest (Starts This Week)

    The annual Martha's Vineyard African American Film Festival returns with a diverse array of shorts and features tomorrow, August 6. If you're heading to the vineyard this week, here's a sampling of short films you may want to check out. For a full schedule and tickets, visit mvaaff.com.

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    AMC's Damon Gupton/Aunjanue Ellis/Clarke Peters Legal Thriller Officially Heading To WEtv

    In May, we reported that the then untitled Richard LaGravenese/Tony Goldwyn original scripted drama, starring Damon Gupton, might end up on AMC Networks‘ female-focused WEtv channel instead of AMC, as was originally planned.

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    Clark Peters Is Developing A New Orleans-Set TV Show That Focuses On Arts Scene

    Clarke Peters is in New Orleans (where a show he co-stars in, Treme, is shot) taping another TV show - this time a pilot - at Café Istanbul which he says will serve as the beginnings of a regular TV series that will focus on the city’s arts community, and more.

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    Sundance: Clarke Peters & Nate Parker And Writer James McBride, Talk Race & Religion In Spike Lee's 'Red Hook Summer'

    Whatever you thought of his last film, " Miracle At St. Anna" (and we'd argue that it's better than its reputation suggests), most would agree that three-and-a-half years is too long between Spike Lee feature films (though his excellent documentaries have been a good placeholder). One of our most vi...

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