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Interview: ‘LITTLE WHITE LIE’ director Lacey Schwartz

filmmaker Lacey Schwartz

@LaceySchwartz shares all about her family secrets, race, denial, and healing in her documentary @LWLfilm

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Rubble Kings Photo One (Photo by Perry Kretz)

@RubbleKings is a one-stop education into the harsh reality of 1970’s inner-city NYC – screens at @DOCNYCfest

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@LWLfilm analyzes and exposes deep family secrets & identity for filmmaker @LaceySchwartz cc @DOCNYCfest

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Documentary ‘TRUE SON’ Brings Hope to Inner City Politics


“You can be a 22 year old from Southside Stockton with a father in jail and mother who had you as a teenager, and still have a seat at the table.”

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SEE IT: Newly restored cult favorite ‘Stations of the Elevated’–Oct 17—23


@BAMcinematek presents the under-appreciated graffiti-bombed NYC train classic

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Black on Hulu: Bill Cosby in I SPY

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@BillCosby broke barriers as Alexander Scott on I, SPY

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REVIEW – “Through A Lens Darkly: Black Photographers and the Emergence of a People”

Thomas Allen Harris, director of THROUGH A LENS DARKLY: BLACK PH

@ObaOxum’s new doc merges history and the search for identity

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REVIEW–“Finding Fela”: An Intimate Look At The Musical Icon


@findingfela helps us better understand the Black President’s life and legacy

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NYC: “Finding Fela” doc opens 8/1-8/7 + Nationwide


@alexgibneyfilm’s @findingfela strides onto screens. Yeah, yeah!

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Black on Hulu – Essential Music Documentaries

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@MediaManWatch unwraps how docs ‘Louie Bluie’, ‘Trances’, & ‘Before the Music Dies’ influence world music & higher thought

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