An alien couple named Addem live on Earth as human beings in order to determine if it has proper living conditions for their race.
Pumzi begins with a tele-type caption that places the film spatially in the Maitu community of the East African Territory and temporally thirty-five years after World War III—The Water War. In Kikuyu, the word "Maitu" stems from the roots 'truth' and "our," and in everyday usage, 'our truth' signifies 'mother.'
Ajuma - a grieving widow - is desperate to stop her recurring nightmares. In an effort to end them once and for all, she explores a forgotten fairytale remedy that leads her to unexpected discoveries.
Preview for Jordan Peele's new film starring Lupita Nyong'o!
The Congo: 2030. Welcome to this new and mind-bending sci-fi future where the Central African nation is no longer shipping its unrefined rare earth minerals out to sea, but is keeping its wealth for itself—buried deep within the ground
When her teenage daughter Crystal disappears, Lena Gladwell, a divorced African-American mother of two, is stunned by the inaction of local police. She and her older daughter Cara rally friends and family, flier the neighborhood and reach out to the media, all to no avail. They comae to learn the painful message that all missing children are not created equal.
Written and directed by Oduye, it features stunning cinematography by Bradford Young. Accessioned into the permanent collection of the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture
Fonny and Tish are in love, and this protects them from their respective families and the outside world until Fonny is falsely accused of rape. After his imprisonment, Tish finds out she is pregnant and she, her family, and her lawyer race against the clock to find evidence to free Fonny before the baby is born. Based on the James Baldwin novel, Barry Jenkins’ follow-up to the Oscar Best Picture winner MOONLIGHT continues his exploration of the African American experience.
1974 film based on the best-selling autobiography of Sonny Carson.
As his dad runs for city mayor, Virgil Hawkins struggles with finding his place in the world and his new found superpowers. Everything is put on the line when it's discovered some of the city's gang activities are directly connected to those in power. Change is NEVER easy and the young hero is already in for the fight of his life.
After meeting her African Refugee mother for the first time in six years, 8 year old Hawa is forced to coexist with a woman teetering on the brink of insanity.