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Sherri Shepherd, Taylour Paige & Gloria Reuben
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Indie Buzz: “Jean of the Joneses” Will Be Featured At SXSW

Posted February 9, 2016 by jmurray

The new film “Jean of the Joneses” has been accepted into the South by Southwest Festival Film Festival in Austin, Texas as part of the Narrative Spotlight program. The Stella Meghie film stars Taylor Paige (“Hit The Floor”), Sherri Shepherd (“Ride Along 2”), Erica Ash (“Survivor’s Remorse”), Gloria Reuben (“ER”), Michelle Hurst (“Orange Is the […]

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Chocolate Change: Romeo Miller Out, “Meet The Browns” Star In

Posted September 9, 2014 by jmurray

AlwaysAList.com previously reported that actor/rapper Romeo Miller had landed the lead role in Jean-Claude LaMarre’s upcoming film  “Chocolate City.” Now we can report that Miller is no longer attached to the film and actor Robert Ri’chard will play the lead role. Ri’chard, who previously starred on the sitcoms “One on One” and “Tyler Perry’s Meet […]

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Morris Chestnut, Alton Glass & Jocelyn K. Allen
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The Winners Are: Top Prizes Awarded At American Black Film Festival

Posted June 25, 2014 by jmurray

Film Life’s 18th Annual American Black Film Festival (ABFF) announced the winners of their independent film awards in the Metropolitan Pavilion in New York City on Sunday, June 22. AlwaysAList.com attended the award ceremony with premier sponsor Cadillac and Jocelyn K. Allen, Director of General Motors Global Marketing Operations, presented a top prize alongside ABFF […]

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Kevin Hart, Terrence Jenkins, Romany Malco & Will Packer
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Move To Manhattan: American Black Film Festival Drove Into NYC With Cadillac

Posted June 25, 2014 by jmurray

Film Life’s 18th Annual American Black Film Festival (ABFF) concluded on Sunday, June 22 after five days of film screenings, industry panels, celebrity interviews, master classes, talent showcases, symposiums, and soirees presented by its corporate sponsors. This year the festival, founded by Jeff Friday, had actors Morris Chestnut and Tonya Lewis Lee (wife of Spike […]

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Romeo Miller: Dancing For Dollars In “Chocolate City” Movie

Posted June 19, 2014 by jmurray

Rapper/actor Romeo Miller will play the lead role in Jean-Claude LaMarre’s upcoming “Chocolate City” film. In the “Magic Mike” type movie, the 24-year-old “Dancing with the Stars” contestant will play Devin, a young college student who’s lured into the world of male exotic dancing to pay the bills. The New Orleans-bred entertainer previously starred in […]

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Shawn Edwards & Lupita Nyong'o
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Starring Role: Shawn Edwards New Director Of Kansas City Film Festival

Posted June 17, 2014 by jmurray

Popular film critic Shawn Edwards has been named the new Director of the Kansas City Jewish Film Festival, a program of the Jewish Community Center of Greater Kansas City, Missouri. Edwards was appointed to the position by Krista Blackwood, Cultural Arts Director of the Jewish Community Center. “Shawn has all the qualities we were looking […]

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Tyson Beckford & Michael Jai White
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Black Magic: Tyson Beckford & Michael Jai White To Star In Male Stripper Movie

Posted May 21, 2014 by jmurray

Filmmaker Jean-Claude LaMarre is gearing up for his new film, “Chocolate City” – a “Magic Mike” type of film that features African-American actors. Both Michael Jai White and supermodel Tyson Beckford are slated to star in the feature, set in male strip club. The story centers on Devin, a college student struggling to make ends […]

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Filmmakers Wanted: Hollywood Black Film Festival Seeking Entrants

Posted July 26, 2012 by jmurray

The Hollywood Black Film Festival (HBFF) is gearing up for its 2012 festival, which will take place October 25 – 28 in Los Angeles.  HBFF is still accepting submissions for this year’s festival, but the entry deadline is August 17. “This year the Hollywood Black Film Festival will be continuing last year’s move towards more […]

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