Tambay Obenson

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Belafonte's activism changed America, his singing shaped a musical consciousness for generations of Americans, and his acting paved the way for Black performers.
The former IndieWire staffer and Shadow and Act founder wants to give African cinema the attention it deserves.
Co-starring Aunjanue Ellis and Holt McCallany, the story may not win any points for originality, but its strong performances make it worthwhile.
Director Stanley Nelson tells IndieWire how the nation's "bloodiest one-day encounter" shaped the present-day state of criminal justice.
The new Apple TV+ limited series will tug at heartstrings, but the story of a sick, dying man who gets a chance to live his end days out loud lacks vigor.
"Are people STILL with that 'transcend race' BS?" wrote "The Forty-Year-old Version" director Radha Blank. "That's not for me."
Measurable diversity in the director's chair continues to be stagnant, and it's not COVID's fault.
Director Erik Parker spoke to IndieWire about making his Netflix docuseries and balancing the duality implied in its title.
Stars Morena Baccarin and Ryan Michelle Bathé spoke to IndieWire about fronting the international heist crime drama.
“Power Book IV: Force" is strictly for loyalists.
Cooper spoke to IndieWire about his new series and living a dream.
The last time an actress of color won the Best Actress Oscar was Halle Berry for "Monster's Ball" 20 years ago.
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