Any woman will tell you that our hair is a big deal. Linked so tightly to the concept of femininity, it is something most women use as a way of expressing themselves. For Black women, our hair (yes the chick writing this has an Afro) is even more closely linked to our identity and sadly our natural hair is still something many women struggle with. … Continue reading Nappily Ever After Trailer
Aardman Animation may be known for their Claymation creations, but to mark the one-hundred year anniversary of the end to the First World War, the studio have ventured into games. In conjunction with DigixArt and presented by Bandai Namco, the first story trailer for 11-11: Memories Retold has launched. Released on the 9th of November, the game aims to bring to life both sides of … Continue reading 11-11: Memories Retold Story Trailer
Since his excellent performance in Hamilton, Daveed Diggs has been on the rise. Now he’s leading an amazing indie film. Blindspotting revolves around Collin, who is trying to survive his final three days of probation, alongside his trouble-making best friend Miles. With their friendship tested, the pair grapple with their identity and change in reality. Directed By Carlos López Estrada, this look to be incredible. What … Continue reading Blindspotting – Brand New Trailers & Clips!
I like to believe that Spike Lee is one of the most important directors of our time but he has made some uneasy choices of late (notably Oldboy but we dare not breathe it’s name.) Sure enough, throughout the early nineties, Lee depicted many emotional veins that burnt with racial tension that rampaged in New York City. He astutely gave colour to a generally white … Continue reading Unpopped Kernels: Chi-Raq (2018)