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Jesse Owens’ quest to become the greatest track and field athlete in history thrusts him onto the world stage of the 1936 Olympics, where he faces off against Adolf Hitler’s vision of Aryan supremacy.

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Release Date : 2016-02-19
Category : Drama
Casts : Shanice Banton, Anthony Sherwood, Steffen Mennekes, Stephan James, Jason Sudeikis, Francois Hugo Turgeon, Nikoma T. Beermann, Eli Goree, Marc Primeau, Jaa Smith-Johnson, Jeff Burrell, Dondre Octave, Jesse Bostick, Jonathan Aris, Milo Larratt, Arthur Holden, Karen Belfo, Larry Day, Chris Theisinger, Jeremy Irons, William Hurt, Karl Graboshas, Daniel Harroch, Carice van Houten, Ricky Watson, Barnaby Metschurat, Tim McInnerny, Moe Jeudy-Lamour, Bruno Bruni Jr., Jonathan Higgins, Alexander Yassin, Shamier Anderson, Giacomo Gianniotti, Gaetan Normandin, Amanda Crew, Tim Post, Chantel Riley, Julien Boissaud, Nina Lauren, Jeremy Ferdman, Manuel Sinor, Andrea Carter, Jon McLaren
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Jesse Owens’ quest to become the greatest track and field athlete in history thrusts him onto the world stage of the 1936 Olympics, where he faces off against Adolf Hitler’s vision of Aryan supremacy.

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Release Date : 2016-02-19
Category : Drama
Casts : Dondre Octave, Daniel Harroch, Anthony Sherwood, Tim McInnerny, Jeremy Ferdman, Carice van Houten, Nina Lauren, Moe Jeudy-Lamour, William Hurt, Shamier Anderson, Chris Theisinger, Ricky Watson, Jason Sudeikis, Francois Hugo Turgeon, Larry Day, Jaa Smith-Johnson, Steffen Mennekes, Jeremy Irons, Marc Primeau, Bruno Bruni Jr., Alexander Yassin, Chantel Riley, Jon McLaren, Stephan James, Karen Belfo, Barnaby Metschurat, Jonathan Aris, Amanda Crew, Jonathan Higgins, Eli Goree, Julien Boissaud, Jesse Bostick, Milo Larratt, Giacomo Gianniotti, Andrea Carter, Arthur Holden, Manuel Sinor, Karl Graboshas, Shanice Banton, Tim Post, Nikoma T. Beermann, Jeff Burrell, Gaetan Normandin

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“ Jesse Owens’ quest to become the greatest track and field athlete in history thrusts him onto the world stage of the 1936 Olympics, where he faces off against Adolf Hitler’s vision of Aryan supremacy. ”

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Release Date : 2016-02-19
Casts : Andrea Carter, Giacomo Gianniotti, Tim McInnerny, Jeff Burrell, Marc Primeau, Chris Theisinger, Stephan James, Amanda Crew, Bruno Bruni Jr., Alexander Yassin, Shamier Anderson, Nikoma T. Beermann, Arthur Holden, Carice van Houten, Dondre Octave, Jonathan Higgins, Tim Post, Nina Lauren, Ricky Watson, Anthony Sherwood, Jeremy Ferdman, Manuel Sinor, Steffen Mennekes, William Hurt, Daniel Harroch, Moe Jeudy-Lamour, Jaa Smith-Johnson, Julien Boissaud, Chantel Riley, Eli Goree, Karen Belfo, Francois Hugo Turgeon, Barnaby Metschurat, Shanice Banton, Jason Sudeikis, Jeremy Irons, Jesse Bostick, Larry Day, Jonathan Aris, Milo Larratt, Gaetan Normandin, Jon McLaren, Karl Graboshas
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i watched Turbo after reading @penmaries‘ post and somehow this happened

10 upcoming 2016 releases by and/or about POC

American Honey
Directed by: Andrea Arnold
What it’s about: A wild teenager (played by newcomer Sasha Lane) who joins in with a group of similarly crazy kids who travel around the U.S. working for a multi level marketing scheme. This is also known for being the movie that Shia Labeouf cut his hand on. If the description isn’t enough to convince you then you should be convinced to watch it by Arnold’s talent alone. She’s an Oscar winning director who’s best known for Fish Tank and two of her previous films have played at Cannes. Crossing my fingers this one makes it there too.
Release date: Undetermined as of yet but A24 says they’re dropping this in the fall (so maybe they have an Oscar push in mind?)

The Fits
Directed by:
Anna Rose Holmer
What it’s about: An 11 year old tomboy named Toni who falls in with a dance troupe while she’s supposed to be boxing at the gym. But things start to go awry when the girls in the dance troupe succumb to violent fainting fits. The film already got rave review at Venice last year and is getting positive review at Sundance.
Release date: Undetermined so far but indie distributor Oscillope bought it before its festival premiere so the good news is this will be hitting theatres in limited release in 2016. Follow @TheFitsFilm for updates.

The Invitation
Directed by: Karyn Kusama
What it’s about: A man attends a dinner party thrown by his ex-wife and her new husband and slowly suspects that they have sinister intentions towards him. The low-key thriller stars Tom Hardy look-alike Logan Marshall-Green along with Michiel Huisman and Emayatzy Corinealdi. It has a mostly white cast but Kusama remains one of the few Asian-American women to have a strong and continuous career as a film director.
Release date: March 25, 2016

Directed by: Meera Menon
What it’s about: A female wall street trader played by Anna Gunn who is mired in a world of corruption, greed and scandal. Billed as the first wall street movie centered about a woman this has a predominantly (possibly entirely?) white cast however director Meera Menon is Indian-American.
Release date: No official date yet but this was picked up by Sony Picture Classics before its official Sundance premiere.

Directed by: Jeff Nichols
What it’s about: Real life couple Mildred and Richard Loving who married when interracial marriage was still illegal in their state and became plaintiffs in Loving vs. Virgina, the court case that made interracial marriage legal within the whole of the U.S. Ruth Negga plays Mildred with Joel Edgerton as Richard.
Release date: None yet, but this will probably head to festivals sometimes this year looking for a distributor.

Miles Ahead
Directed by: Don Cheadle
What it’s about: A passion project for Cheadle the movie examines the life of Miles Davis as he is interviewed by a Rolling Stone reporter, played by Ewan McGregor, in the 1970s. This one got mixed reviews when it played at festivals but by all acounts Cheadle’s performance is awards worthy.
Release date: April 1, 2016

Directed by:
John Musker and Ron Clements
What it’s about: Ayoung woman who sets off on an adventure helped by a famed demi-God. The nice thing about this one is that not only is it about polynesians but the main vocal cast (which includes Dwayne Johnson) also are of polynesian ancestry.
Release date: November 23, 2016

The Queen of Katwe
Directed by:
Mira Nair
What it’s about: A biopic based on Ugandan prodigy Phiona Mutesi who grew up in a slum and then turned her life around after her teacher taught her how to play chess. It’s also going to be Lupita Nyong'o’s first live-action role post-Oscar and also stars David Oyelowo.
Release date: Undetermined but this is owned by Disney so it will likely get a wide release sometime this year.

Directed by: Stephen Hopkins
What it’s about: A biopic on Olympian athlete Jesse Owens during his time at the 1936 Olympics in Hitler’s Germany. Owens is played by relative newcomer Stephan James, and the rest of the cast includes William Hurt, Jeremy “I’m a sexist creep” Irons, and Carice van Houten.
Release date: February 19, 2016

Songs My Brothers Taught Me
Directed by: Chloe Zhao
What it’s about: Set in the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation the film, about a young girl who goes looking for a father figure after her father drinks himself to death and her older brother starts making plans to leave for a better life, played at Sundance in 2015. This got great reviews but it struggled to find distribution until director Zhao announced she would self-distribute in 2016. The even better news? Indie distributor Kino Lober stepped up to give it a proper release!
Release date: March 2, 2016. Follow @songsthemovie for more info. 

A white actor will play Michael Jackson in this upcoming TV movie

In 1996, Michael Jackson gave a deposition in which he denied persistent rumors that he’d been bleaching his skin and not suffering vitiligo. “I’m a black American,” he told attorneys. “And I’m proud of it.” Just don’t tell that to British television producers, who just cast a well known white guy to play MJ.

A race film masterpost in honor of Black History Month. The “race film” was a film genre which existed in the United States between about 1915 and 1950. It consisted of films produced for an all-black audience, featuring all-black casts. Approximately five hundred race films were produced, however less than one hundred have survived to this day.  [x]

White-Washing: Hollywood's Racist Staple | Gabriella Giambanco

White-washing is a systematic form of racism in Hollywood where a character of color is played by a Caucasian actor or actress. This is unfortunately nothing new. Hollywood has been white-washing for ages.

It has been an accepted convention in Hollywood since the start. Among the most well known are Elizabeth Taylor as Cleopatra in the self-titled film and Mickey Rooney in Breakfast at Tiffany’s. While these casting choices might have been anticipated during a time of racial segregation and oppression, Hollywood still continues to make casting choices that prefer white actors over minority actors. Some recent examples are Emma Stone being cast as a Hawaiian/Asian character in Aloha and Benedict Cumberbatch as Khan Noonien Singh, an Indian character in Star Trek Into Darkness. To me it seems essential to re-evaluate the inequality in casting that people of color have all but come to expect in show business.

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Gabriella Giambanco is currently a pre-med student at Northern Arizona University and in her spare time likes to write, especially, about pop culture and feminism.


Will Smith Isn’t Backing Down From His Criticism Of Hollywood

“For me, at its best, Hollywood represents and then creates the imagery for that beauty,“ Smith said. “But for my part, I think that I have to protect and fight for the ideals that make our country and make our Hollywood community great… So when I look at the series of nominations of the Academy, it’s not reflecting that beauty.”

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Buggin’ Out (Do The Right Thing)

Buggin’ Out: You almost knocked me down, man. the word is “excuse me." 
Clifton: Ah, excuse me, I’m sorry. 
Buggin’ Out: Not only did ya knock me down, you stepped on my brand-new white Air Jordan’s I just bought, and that’s all you can say is "excuse me”? 
Clifton: What, are you serious? 
Buggin’ Out: Yeah, I’m serious, I’ll fuck you up quick two times. 
Punchy: Two times. 
Buggin’ Out: Who told you to step on my sneakers, who told you to walk on my side of the block, who told you to be in my neighborhood? 
Clifton: I own this brownstone. 
Buggin’ Out: Who told you to buy a brownstone on my block, in my neighborhood, on my side of the street? Yo, what you wanna live in a Black neighborhood for, anyway? Man, motherfuck gentrification.