Category: Culture

Captain Marvel Set To Be Directed By A Woman: The Race is On

The latest rumors surrounding Marvel’s new film, Captain Marvel, are exciting, to say the least with a long list of talented female directors being thrown around. Having a female director in position for the female superhero movie would be a first for Marvel. Even though Patty Jenkins almost led Thor: The Dark World she later Read More

Prince Dead at Age 57. A Prince Among His Queens, He Championed Female Musicians

  The world mourns as one of the most talented and revolutionary superstars, Prince Rogers Nelson, AKA Prince was announced dead in his estate on April, 21st 2016; he was 57. The award-winning music artist was touring the US earlier this month but experienced health complications forcing him to postpone an event in Atlanta, Georgia. Read More

The Changing Role of Women in the Entertainment and Media Industry

When we say the role of women is rapidly changing in the world, it is also broadly applicable to Hollywood and New York, the top revenue-making entertainment industry of the world. It’s not just limited to the actresses, but we have seen women making their presence known in all specialized avenues of this thriving industry. Read More

The Major Entertainment and Media Industry Trends to Watch Out in 2016

Entertainment and Media (E&M) industry have changed a lot over the years along with the technological advancement. However, one can doubtlessly say that the development we witnessed in the last couple of years — especially with the contribution of social media — may far exceed the changes that took place in the past two decades. Read More

Premier Sports Network announces three industry conferences for 2016

Premier Sports Network, the series of invite-only events for senior sports executives, will run three one-day conferences in 2016, building on the success of the Fan Engagement and Player Management events held in 2015. Fan Engagement will return in August at the Royal Garden Hotel in London and will grow from a half-day event to a full-day event, while Read More

Black Films Matter supports Movie Binges on Oscar Night

The Advocacy group Black Films Matter is supporting private parties all over the world in holding home movie-watching marathons on February 28, the night of the Academy Awards telecast, according to co-founder Durrell Cory.  “If they don’t want us, we’ll hold our own ceremony— in fact thousands of ceremonies— in folks’ houses everywhere” said Cory. Read More

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