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SEE IT: BAMcinemaFest 2015

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.@bam_brooklyn #BAMcinemaFest takes wild rides w/ #UnlockingTheTruth doc @BreakingaMonstr #JasonandShirley premiere; #KIDS20anniversary

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Yes! No!! Why?!? – Film Trailers in Review: They’re Playing Bas-ket-baallll… (pt. II )

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What makes a good #basketball movie? Check out these films to find out…

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Yes! No!! Why?!? Film Trailers in Review: They’re Playing Bas-ket-baallll….

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With the #NBAfinals in effect, we examine which classic #Basketball films have been forgotten and which should stay that way

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SUPPORT: Documentary ‘A Dream Dispersed’ Reveals the Reality of Chicago’s Inner-City Violence

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Filmmakers behind ‘Spook Who Sat By the Door’ doc give voice to South Side #Chicago residents

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Must-See Black Films at the 2015 Tribeca Film Festival

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@RHYMEFEST doc on #Fatherhood, @Necktie_Youth, + more first-rate Black films @TribecaFilmFestival 2015 #TFF2015

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LISTEN: Interview with Josef Wladyka, director of ‘Manos Sucias’

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Listen in as @MediaManWatch inteviews #ManosSucias director Josef Wlaydka

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REVIEW: Garrett Bradley’s ‘Below Dreams’

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@BelowDreams is a poetic ‘real feel’ journey that stays with you even after it’s over

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2014 Tribeca Film Festival UPDATES – “Below Dreams” and “Manos Sucias”

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Release dates set for two African diaspora-themed films – @BelowDreams & @ManosSuciasFILM

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Black on Hulu: Lucas Bros. Moving Co.

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Watch the irreverent twin comedy duo @LucasBros in all their animated slacker goodness

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REVIEW: “Losing Ground”: An intimate look at a black woman’s long-awaited film

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@BridgettMDavis shares how a film she almost never saw influenced her career the most

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