Damien Chazelle was born in Providence, Rhode Island on January 19, 1985, but raised in both the U.S. and France. Shot on black-and-white 16mm for about $60,000, "Guy and Madeline" premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival and went on to play at over 20 other film festivals.
Anyone familiar with the history of the Black Panther Party knows that it self-destructed during the Seventies after the FBI strategically created dissension in its ranks via a combination of infiltration, disinformation and assassinations.
Attorneys for Wesley Snipes are asking a judge to extend the actor's bail as he prepares for a possible appeal of his three-year prison sentence for a tax conviction.
Born in England in a family of Nigerian immigrants, Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje has built his acting career in television and blockbuster films that span action, drama and comedy.
Over the weekend, hip-hop entrepreneur-turned-philanthropist Russell Simmons opened up his home to host a star-studded party for Soledad O'Brien in his lavish two-story penthouse located in lower Manhattan. The occasion marked the release of Soledad's autobiography, "The Next Big Story," which she co-wrote with Rose Marie Arce.
Film star Donald Faison has worked in comedy for almost 20 years, but this weekend his real lifelong dream comes true with the opening of the sci-fi thriller "Skyline."
Global icon, trendsetter, businesswoman, and multi-talented entertainer, Janet Damita Jo Jackson is a woman who needs no introduction. Her resume reveals an impressive combination of professional achievements and philanthropic endeavors, and she is currently ranked as one of the top ten best-selling solo artists in the history of contemporary music.
This exhibition will present contemporary art's relationship to disability. It will demonstrate the cultural contributions of disabled artists and indeed the prevalence of disability in art. Applicants must be 18 years or older and live in Oregon and apply before January 14, 2011. One hundred dollar stipends will be awarded ...
Denzel Dominique Whitaker was born in Torrance, Ca., on June 15, 1990 to Dale and Younalanda Whitaker. He made his acting debut at 11 in "Training Day," opposite his namesake, Denzel Washington, and he was subsequently directed by and co-starred with Denzel in "The Great Debaters." Whitaker has also been on the big screen in "The Bad Lieutenant" and as the voice of Albert in "The Ant Bully."