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Past articles by Valerie:

‘Insecure’ And ‘Ginny And Georgia’ Writer Mike Gauyo Signs With M88

M88 has signed Netflix’s Ginny and Georgia writer Mike Gauyo. → Read More

Macro Announces $90 Million Minority Investment Led By BlackRock Alternatives

Macro, the media company founded in 2015 by Charles D. King, announced the completion of an over $90 million minority investment led by BlackRock Alternatives, through the BlackRock Impact Opportun… → Read More

First-Look Images For Alexis Jacknow’s New Film ‘Clock’ Starring Dianna Agron; To Premiere At Overlook Film Festival

EXCLUSIVE: Clock, a timely horror feature from 20th Digital Studio and Hulu Originals has dropped new images. The film will have its World Premiere at the Overlook Film Festival in New Orleans, Lou… → Read More

NAACP Image Awards: Brittney Griner Makes First Awards Appearance Since Returning To The U.S.: “Let’s Keep Fighting”

WNBA basketball player Brittney Griner and wife Cherelle took the stage at the award show. The show’s host Queen Latifah prefaced Griner’s appearance by commenting on the resilience of Black people… → Read More

‘Mal Viver’ Berlin Review: João Canijo Latest Film Depicts Women In Endless Misery

Mal Viver starts with an establishing shot on a backyard pool, with Angela (Vera Barreto) cleaning, and Piedade (Anabela Moreir ) lounging poolside... → Read More

‘Femme’ Berlin Review: Queer Thriller Will Leave The Audience With More Questions Than Answers

Femme, a queer thriller written and directed by Sam H. Freeman and Ng Choo Ping, had its premiere at the Berlin International Film Festival and stars George Mackay and Nathan Stewart-Jarrett. The f… → Read More

MakeMake Entertainment Announces 2023 Inaugural Class of Residents

MakeMake Entertainment announced MakeMake Residencies’ inaugural class. → Read More

‘The Portable Door’ Starring Christoph Waltz And Sam Neill To Get Exclusive Release On MGM+ In April

MGM+ new original fantasy-adventure comedy, The Portable Door will debut exclusively on MGM+ and coming exclusively to the U.S. market in April. → Read More

‘The Woman King’ Wins Big At The 23rd Annual Black Reel Awards

The Woman King that edged out all of the competition at The Black Reel Awards this year. → Read More

Oscar Nominee Terry Moore Returns To Film In Vladislav Alex Kozlov Rudolph Valentino Biopic ‘Silent Life’

Terry Moore, the 94-year old Oscar nominated actress (Come Back, Little Sheba) will attend the US premiere of her new biopic Silent Life: The Story of the Lady In Black at the Sedona International … → Read More

Scene 2 Seen Podcast: Jalyn Hall Discusses What He Learned From Playing Emmett Till

Hello and welcome to the Scene 2 Seen podcast, and I am your host, Valerie Complex. Today's guest is Till star Jalyn Hall. → Read More

HBO Max Highlights Black Talent And Programming Across The Platform With Sizzle Reel For Black History Month

EXCLUSIVE: This February, HBO Max is celebrating Black History Month with a :30 sizzle reel which highlights the theme of “Celebrating Black Stories Today and Everyday”, where they place the spotli… → Read More

‘Landscape With Invisible Hand’ Sundance Review: Aliens Are Humanity’s Economic Overlords In Cory Finley Pic

Landscape with Invisible Hand is a unique story of survival under economic occupation of the Vuvv, an extraterrestrial race who aim to dominate humanity in every way except violence. Written and di… → Read More

Deadline’s Reviews Of The Oscar Best Picture Nominees

Deadline has been there from the first glimpse of each Best Picture Oscar nominee. Read our reviews. → Read More

‘Passages’ Sundance Film Review: Ira Sachs’ Polyamorous Drama Excites & Frustrates

Read a Sundance review of 'Passages,' starring Franz Rogowski, Ben Whishaw and Adèle Exarchopoulos for director/co-writer Ira Sachs. → Read More

‘Eileen’ Sundance Film Review: This Is What Happens When Female Loneliness And Rage Collide

Eileen, directed by William Oldroyd, and written by Ottessa Moshfegh, and Luke Goebel, which is based on Moshfegh’s book of the same name. → Read More

‘Fair Play’ Sundance Review: An Intense Ride Down A Slippery Slope As A Young Couple Descends Into Relationship Hell

Written and directed by Chloe Domont, psycho-sexual drama 'Fair Play' follows an ambitious couple's descent into the depths of hell all over a job promotion. → Read More

‘Polite Society’ Sundance Film Festival Review: A Cultural Action Adventure Film Complete With Martial Arts And Wirefu

Nida Manzoor's Polite Society stars Priya Kansara (Bridgerton), Ritu Arya (Umbrella Academy) and Nimra Bucha (Disney+ Ms. Marvel). → Read More

‘Sometimes I Think About Dying’ Sundance Film Review: Female Loneliness And Isolation Lead To Thoughts Of Death

Sometimes I Think About Dying is directed by Rachel Lambert, written by Stefanie Abel Horowitz, Kevin Armento, and Katy Wright. → Read More

The Pod Generation Sundance Film Review: In The Near Future We Grow Babies Wholesale

Emilia Clarke and Chiwetel Ejiofor star in The Pod Generation written and directed by Sophie Barthes, and starts with Rachel (Clarke) imagining she’s pregnant–but it was just a dream. Her sma… → Read More