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Children of the Light
"Children of the Light" tells the life story of Desmond Tutu of South Africa. With extensive archival footage, family photos and never before seen interviews, this film shares the legacy of one of the greatest peacemakers of our time.
The Duke is Tops
A theatrical producer puts aside his own success to boost the career of a talented singer.
A gang war/drug story set in a Los Angeles neighborhood about the coming of age of a 15-year-old black youth.
A documentary look at women who prefer to dress and act as men and who participate in NYC's predominantly African-American lesbian drag balls.
The Night James Brown Saved Boston
This film tells the story of the pivotal role that James Brownand that particular James Brown concert in 1968played in the history of the country.
Dreams of Dust
Official Selection - Sundance FF. A Nigerien peasant arrives at a dusty gold mine in Burkina Faso where he hopes to forget the past that haunts him.
Grand Jury Prize, 1998 Sundance Film Festival. A talented youth (Saul Williams) copes with urban crime and despair by competing in poetry slams. Sonja Sohn of The Wire costars.
August the First
Official Selection - SXSW Film Festival. Tunde secretly invites his long estranged father to his graduation party, igniting a passionate family drama.
A.K.A Cassius Clay
The documentary story of Muhammad Ali (Cassius Clay)--the heavyweight boxing champion whose style and courage captured the imagination of the world.
F*ck Nick Cannon
In his follow up to his tremendously successful debut comedy special 'Mr. Showbiz,' the comic-actor-musician-host responds to anyone who's ever said: 'F#ck Nick Cannon.' A recent health scare has changed how he sees the world and he is here to share his unique perspective on getting older, raising his children, and living with his famous wife (Mariah Carey). Nick Cannon doesn't care what the haters think, and that's what gives him his hilarious edge. Taped at the River Rock Casino in Vancouver, BC.
Chi-Lites-Live in Norfolk 2005
The amazing and soulful Chi-Lites recorded live in Norfalk, Virginia in 2005. Hits include "Oh Girl," "Have You Seen Her," "Stoned Out of My Mind" and more.
In this urban love story, the fates of a boxer, a nurse, and her young son become entwined after a late night brawl. Winner - Canadian Oscars.
2010 Drama, Independent
Raymond and Tagbo, “Rag” and “Tag”, were inseparable childhood friends until Social Services tore them apart, removing Rag from his neglectful mother in London. At twenty-three, Rag returns a school dropout and jobless, while Tag has just graduated from law-school and is now applying to top-ranking London firms. But after all these years, they realize they are still connected on some deeper level and are oblivious to what anyone else thinks of their friendship. Tag’s Bible-preaching father has more disdain for the boys’ renewed friendship than he does for his son’s white socialist girlfriend. Rag and Tag’s love for each other remains bottled up until a wealthy friend, with some shady business deal, invites them to Nigeria where they have plenty of time alone for their love to blossom. Finally ready to make a commitment to each other on their return to London, they realize that the obstacles they face may tear them apart forever.
Amandla! A Revolution In Four Part Harmony
Interviews, archival footage, and filmed performances highlight the role of music in the South African struggle against apartheid.
2014 Documentary, Comedy
BRONX OBAMA tells the strange and improbable tale of Louis Ortiz, a Barack Obama impersonator who tries to cash in on the “look of a lifetime” but finds that his face is not the only thing that isn’t what it seems.
O'Jays - Live In Concert
The legends of R&B perform at the Bergen Performing Arts Center, celebrating their 50th year in music. All the hits are included in this high-definition filming, including Backstabbers, For The Love of Money, Use Ta Be My Girl and Love Train. One of their greatest performances ever.
One of the highest grossing documentaries in United States history, this multi-award-winning, Oscar-nominated film tells the inspiring true story of Chicago students who dream of becoming pro basketball players.