Dominion of New York



Django Unchained Packs, Entertains Harlem Theater

Posted December 27, 2012 by Kelly Virella

The movie is an engaging and cathartic romp through the ultimate black fantasy. But it’s more than fun. It’s also a movie that raises a lot of thorny moral issues.

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“Lincoln:” Not What You Expect, Better

Posted November 26, 2012 by Kelly Virella

Unexpected, disappointing, yet deeply rewarding.

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Red Hook Summer: A Good Point of Departure

Posted September 16, 2012 by Kelly Virella

Red Hook Summer isn’t the final word on the abuse of power within the black church, but it is a good starting point to an important conversation.

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Fox Searchlight

Beasts of the Southern Wild: Good, Not Groundbreaking

Posted July 6, 2012 by Kelly Virella

A 6-year-old motherless girl struggles to come to terms with her dying father’s mortality.

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Auma Obama

New Film Explores Obama’s African Roots

Posted April 13, 2012 by Michael Starkey

The 80-minute film provides a rare entrée into the president’s African genealogy and into his relationships with his African relatives.

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