On If Beale Street Could TalkTayler Montague offers a personal reflection on Barry Jenkins’ latest opus.
In My Heart: A conversation with Barry JenkinsThe Oscar-winning writer/director explains how he cracked James Baldwin with his wonderful new film, If Beale Street Could Talk.
This Is LoveKeith Uhlich writes in praise of James Baldwin’s volume of poetic film criticism, ‘The Devil Finds Work’.
On the Shoulders of GiantsActor Colman Domingo on how he fell hard for the writings of James Baldwin.
A Theory of Black AestheticsRaMell Ross, the director of Hale County This Morning, This Evening, offers a new way to capture black lives on film.
Journeys special: Indie MemphisGabrielle Ralambo-Rajerison charts a bold new direction for this Southern celebration of modern indie cinema.
Harlem ShuffleAccompany Mark Asch on a whirlwind tour through the cinematic streets of Harlem, NYC.
Soul Music SelectionsTen supremely soulful wax platters and how they made their way to the movie screen, as selected by Caroline Golum
Nicholas Britell: Track by TrackThe composer tells the story of his If Beale Street Could Talk and Moonlight soundtracks.
Fly PostersWe delve into the Separate Cinema Archive to look at a selection of American movie posters from the early 1970s.
ThreadsChristina Newland looks at the importance of the iconic prison jumpsuit on film.