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Ambition’s Debt wins Best Narrative at ABFF 2017

Big congrats to Devin E. Haqq and everyone that worked on Ambitions Debt on winning Best Narrative Feature Film at the 2017 American Black Film Festival! Haqq writes, “unbelievably blessed and highly favored. So grateful to @americanblackfilmfestival and everyone, who has been behind this project from the very beginning. Excited to see what the future […]

“Obit” Screens Nationwide

See NY Times Critics’ Pick OBIT. this weekend in Philly, Rochester, Portland, Larkspur, Asheville, SanJose, Hudson, Normal, DC, Bellingham, BrynMawr & York, PA! Not to be missed! Find a screening here:

Short “Well” at Middle Coast Film Fest.

The Powers brothers‘ “Well“, starring Josh Wick, Katey Parker and Sean Cranston, has been selected to the Middle Coast Film Festival. We couldn’t be more excited for the recognition and to spend some time with Well and our old friends out there!! The festival takes place August 10-12 in Bloomington, IN.

Out of My Hand Japanese Theatrical Release

Super excited that Out of My Hand will be finally released in Japan this summer! The theatrical release will kick off at アップリンク / uplink in Tokyo on August 5th, before opening in theaters throughout Japan. Here is the Japanese version of the movie’s website: ファイスブック映画リベリアの白い血-1522341734503133 ツイッター

Obit in Wide Release Friday

Has NYTimes critics’ pick OBIT screened in your city yet? We open this Friday in 11 more cities across the country, with even more to follow this spring. Find a screening here:

Ambition’s Debt World Premiere at ABFF

The world premier of Ambition’s Debt will take place this year in Miami, FL at the American Black Film Festival (ABFF), June 14th – 18th. ABFF is an annual event dedicated to showcasing quality film and television content by and about people of African descent, and supporting emerging artists to diversify the images and storytellers working in the […]

Obit Opens LA

OBIT opens THIS FRIDAY in LA at Nuart Theatre. Director Vanessa Gould & Producer Caitlin Mae Burke will be in town for Q&As throughout the weekend.

Obit NYT Critic’s Pick

OBIT is a New York Times Critic’s Pick! Don’t miss Vanessa Gould’s “observant, graceful and nonchalantly witty” documentary about the “gifted people who make commemorating the dead a lively, lasting art.”

Obit Screens NYC

Vanessa Gould’s Obit is 2 weeks away from it’s theatrical opening in NYC! You can catch it at Film Forum & Lincoln Plaza Cinemas starting on Wednesday, April 26th. Details here: Film Forum – Lincoln Plaza –