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Tweet Follow me The activist Professor Cornel West has goals and agendas that are, at best, only partially apparent to the rest of us despite his academic prominence and countless interviews; it’s reasonable to assume that his priorities and tactics fluctuate dynamically.   Editor, journalist, entrepreneur, political consultant, photographer, and former Congressional Campaign Manager, Thomas Hayes I’ve been a little startled by the recent tactical “turn” and troubled, frankly, by certain...

Tweet Follow me Following wildly enthusiastic reviews for the World Premiere at the Full Frame Film Fest last weekend, “The Loving Story” has made the Daily Beast’s list of Hottest Films of Tribeca 2011 in New York City this week… check out their entire list! Tribeca features awards for independent films in six (6) categories: World Narrative World Documentary Emerging Narrative Emerging Documentary Narrative Short Film Documentary Student Short Film Tribecca features some of the best independent...

Tweet Follow me April 15th marks the world premiere of a moving documentary of the famous case of Mildred and Richard Loving a landmark civil rights struggle resolved in 1967 by the United States Supreme Court declaring Virginia’s anti-miscegenation statute – which had been used to arrest the Lovings – unconstitutional. The Elisabeth Haviland James/Nancy Buirski film premieres today at the annual Full Frame Film Festival and will air again four times next week as part of the Tribecca Film Festival...