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Nas Hits the Film Circuit with Time is Illmatic


Celebrating his 20 years in hip hop’s 40 year history, rap king Nas is releasing Time is Illmatic, a documentary set to premiere at the opening of this year’s Tribeca Film Festival. One of the pre

Watch Nas Still ‘Represent’ 20 Years After ‘Illmatic’


In case the re-release of his seminal album Illmatic or the Tribeca Film Festival premiere of his documentary Time Is Illmatic didn't tip you off, Nas has been celebrating the 20th anniversary of his reco

The Trials of Muhammad Ali Documentary Trailer 


Check out the powerful trailer of The Trials of Muhammad Ali, directed by Bill Siegel. The film made it's debut earlier this year at the Tribeca FIlm Festival and is currently being shown in

A Talk With The Minds Behind Netflix’s See You Yesterday

Director Stefon Bristol and co-writer Fredica Bailey discuss new contemporary time travel film. A couple of years ago, The Shadow League had a conversation with...

17 Blocks: An Intimate Look At The Cycles Of Black Poverty And Pain

An intimate portrait of black trauma and triumph premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival. 17 Blocks, a 2019 Tribeca Film Festival award winner for Best...

“A Kid From Coney Island” Is A Brooklyn Redemption Story

The Stephon Marbury doc premiered at the 2019 Tribeca Film Festival to rave reviews. A Kid From Coney Island premiered at the 2019 Tribeca Film...

“Devils Pie” Doc Is A Hearty Dish For D’Angelo Fans

Devil’s Pie, directed by Carine Bijlsma, gives viewers a glimpse into the past, present, and future of a musical mystery. My wife and I are...

Unpacking “A Woman’s Work: The NFL’s Cheerleading Problem”

In the world of American sports, there are very few athletic endeavors that are as undervalued as cheerleading. Look no further than the NFL...

Antoine Fuqua Breathes New Life Into Ali’s Journey

From Antoine Fuqua, LeBron James and Maverick Carter, this doc tells Ali's story in a new way. It seemed like a million years ago when...

Why ‘The Dominican Dream’ Is More Than A Basketball Story

Back in the 1990s, in grassroots hoops circles, Felipe Lopez was more popular than Menudo ever was. After premiering at the Tribeca Film Festival...