Black Film and TV

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Black Film and TV
  • Saving Westbrook High

    Movie

    Students, their parents and faculty face an uphill battle as they try to prevent their beloved school from closing due to budget cuts.

  • Walk by Faith

    Movie

    Young Noelle has left the confinement of the mother's home, and the tutelage of Pastor Jones to face a new chapter of her life. Now as she heads to college, she faces new challenges.

  • A Cross to Bear

    Movie

    The homeless mother of a 15-month-old daughter, wakes up alone one day in an abandoned building. She fights to get her life back and builds relationships that will change her life forever.

  • Somebody’s Child

    Movie

    The story about a son losing hope, a mother gaining faith, and God's divine and perfect plan.

  • Hav Faith

    Movie

    After Hamilton A. Vaughn,aka Hav, is made leader of prominent Mission Church, issues arise between him|the son of the retiring bishop|and a money-hungry real estate broker. Viewer discretion is advised.TV-14

  • Tre
    Movie

    Tre

    Movie

    A short film, Tre tells the story of an 8-year old boy who, desperate for his own identity, sets out to reclaim his sense of self by dropping his inherited name and choosing one of his own.

  • Seventeen Again

    Movie

    Willie Donovan's chemical experiment goes awry, causing his grandparents to return to their teenage years.

  • Sounder

    Movie

    The oldest son of a loving and strong family of black sharecroppers comes of age in the Depression-era South after his father is imprisoned for stealing food. TV-PG-L

  • Endangered

    Movie

    Chanel and Malik are on their way to the gender reveal party for their first child. While excited as expecting parents, they also fear the challenges their black son or daughter may encounter. TV-PG

  • The Dempsey Sisters

    Movie

    The Dempsey Sisters is a movie about the power of believing in a dream, the force of a family bond, and being willing to give up a sure thing for the one thing that makes life worth living overall.

  • What Would You Do for Love?

    Movie

    From the outside looking in, Reggie Brooks is just an average guy working as a fitness trainer in a neighborhood gym. His good looks have always worked to his benefit overshadowing the fact that he lives paycheck to paycheck struggling to make ends meet. After being notified that he has come into...

  • Lyfe's Journey

    Movie

    A family man makes a mistake that changes his life forever. Now he must start a journey to forgiveness that will bring him back to love, family and faith.

  • The Last Appeal

    Movie

    The Last Appeal is a powerful faith based drama set in the world of death row where prisoners face insurmountable legal battles, family struggles and mortality. Titus Freeman enters this daunting world determined to work the legal system to escape his sentence but discovers a new life beyond the ...

  • Bricked

    Movie

    A high school graduate finds himself at odds with his family as he battles Bipolar disorder. TV-PG

  • In The Meantime

    Movie

    Jazmin “Jazz” Welles is a confident, educated woman who thought her path in life was all laid out in front of her. But when she loses her job, and her fiancé Blac decides they need to take a six-month break from each other, she finds herself drawn to another man.

  • Unboxed With Nikki Chu

    2 seasons

    Celebrity designer Nikki Chu helps a fan transform his or her space. Each fan will have to choose between two mystery boxes containing a curated set of inspiration samples.

  • The Rebirth of Kirk Franklin Live

    Movie

    Marking Black History Month, singer Kirk Franklin leads this concert honoring great African-American leaders. TV-G

  • Marvin Sapp: I Win

    Movie

    Multiple Stellar Award winner, Grammy nominee, and perennial gospel music favorite, Marvin Sapp, has succeeded in establishing himself as one of the most recognizable voices in gospel music. TV-G

  • The Reading Room

    Movie

    Rated TV-PG. A newly widowed retired businessman (James Earl Jones) pursues his late wife's dream of opening a free reading room in a minority neighborhood; leading him to become more involved in that community.

  • Where The Road Runs Out

    Movie

    After the sudden death of an old friend, a scientist living in Rotterdam returns to his African roots and takes over a dilapidated field station in in the jungle of Equatorial Guinea. TV-PG

  • Hope Village

    Movie

    Having watched her family disappear into alcohol and drugs until she, too, found herself caught in the web of addiction, Lucy is now on a journey of self-empowerment to save others. TV-PG

  • Discarded Things

    Movie

    Struck by tragedy, a professor's lavish academic life is replaced by one teaching at-risk youth. Viewer Discretion Advised. TV-14

  • Brother White

    Movie

    An associate pastor at a mega church in California finds himself the pastor of a poor church in the worst neighborhood in Atlanta. TV-G

  • Butter + Brown

    3 seasons

    Hosts Seth and Leslie show creative ways to cook with ingredients viewers likely have on hand. Episodes of this series contain mixology segments involving alcohol. Viewer discretion is advised. TV-PG