Featured Films




  • Feb 10, 2016
    Byron Hurt Documentary Filmmaker updated Photo

    In 1966 a group of young people came together to stop police brutality. 50 years later the Black Panther Party still makes headlines. Learn about the organization that continues to fascinate, inspire and enrage. Tune in to #BlackPanthersPBS on February 16. http://buff.ly/1SErc4T

  • Feb 02, 2016
    Byron Hurt Documentary Filmmaker updated Photo

    Yes...we're still pushing so if you've watched #SoulFoodJunkies on Netflix and/or PBS - and think it's worthy of a screening at The White House - please share this post! And if you've watched the doc but did NOT like it, please...share this post, LOL! #SoulFoodJunkiesWH

  • Feb 01, 2016
    Byron Hurt Documentary Filmmaker updated Status

    For #BlackHistoryMonth, check out this weekly spotlight on #filmmakers whose work has inspired, influenced, and excited me. Why? Because in some circles, #BlackFilmmakers get lots of love, but to the majority of people we are invisible. I hope you enjoy #BlackFilmmakersToKnow all this month.

  • Soul Food Junkies

    A documentary film about food, family, and tradition.

  • Hip-Hop: Beyond Beats and Rhymes

    A riveting examination of manhood, sexism, and homophobia in Hip-Hop culture.

  • I Am A Man: Black
    Masculinity in America

    This classic film explores what it means to be a black man in America.

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