barry jenkins: “there was a time when people assumed black people didn’t dream”
The ‘Moonlight’ director discusses dreams, memories and his latest film, an adaption of James Baldwin’s tale of love and injustice, ‘If Beale Street Could Talk’.
the best things to watch, see, and do this week
Your indispensable gui-De to leisure action in NYC, January 28 to February 3.
a new exhibit celebrates the life of james baldwin
‘God Made My Face: A Collective Portrait of James Baldwin,’ curated by Hilton Als, opens this week at the David Zwirner Gallery.
watch the stunning new trailer for barry jenkins' 'if beale street could talk'
James Baldwin’s acclaimed novel gets an Oscar-worthy, on screen adaptation.
watch the first trailer for barry jenkins's 'moonlight' followup
‘If Beale Street Could Talk' is adapted from James Baldwin's novel, a love story set in early 70s Harlem.
how paris pride and james baldwin shaped my experience of coming out
Embracing the dualities that come from being a queer person of color.
barry jenkins's 'moonlight' follow-up is a james baldwin adaptation
Jenkins wrote the movie version of 'If Beale Street Could Talk' before even attempting to secure the rights to it.
the late, great james baldwin on what it means to be black in america today
The author’s unfinished book finds its voice in new documentary, 'I Am Not Your Negro.'
morrissey was selling a very ill-advised james baldwin t-shirt
An exercise in tone-deafness and privilege.