This wonderful adaptation is written and directed by Rebecca Hall making her directorial debut. I spoke with Hall about her interest in adapting Larsen’s novel, her decision to shoot it in black-and-white using a 4:3 aspect ratio, the dynamics between the characters, and the meaning of the word passing.
One of the things that makes the Coachella Valley so special is the fact that there are so many mentors in the area. Many of our local residents step up and help those who are just starting out on their career paths. In this NBCares meet Debra Carrington, owner of Summer Colony Living, who’s doing […]
Sam Jay is super funny! Her new Netflix stand-up special SAM JAY: 3 IN THE MORNING takes you on a roller-coaster ride from her story as a black lesbian to taking mushrooms at a London museum. Some of her sketches are political and some are accurate observations of American life but the show is not […]
(CNN) — Jussie Smollett paid two brothers $3,500 to stage an attack on him last month, taking “advantage of the pain and anger of racism to promote his career,” Chicago Police Superintendent Eddie Johnson alleged Thursday. The revelations necessary to charge Smollett came during the 47th hour of a 48-hour holding period for the brothers, […]
Palm Springs, CA The Palm Springs city council will vote tonight on whether to remove a line of tamarisk trees along Tahquitz Creek Golf Resort. Some have said the trees were planted to separate the golf course from what was a predominantly black neighborhood. "I think they should stay. Maybe they could trim them and come […]
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