On Friday, I will post an article called “The Black Cinema Movies,” which will examine how to be the best Black cinema star.
For those of you who haven’t seen the movie, it’s an exploration of the intersection of race and culture in America.
The movie, which is about a black man’s attempts to be seen in a mainstream cinema, was written by former film critic and director Michael Crichton and stars the Oscar-winning actor Samuel L. Jackson as a middle-aged white man who is trying to make his mark as a film star in Hollywood.
It stars Black actress Emilia Clarke as his girlfriend and former lover, Toni Collette as his wife, and Tom Hanks as his mother.
Crich, who made his name in the 1980s with “The Color Purple,” was nominated for an Oscar for his performance as the titular hero in “Black Panther” and for his portrayal of a racist sheriff in “A League of Their Own.”
His other film credits include “The King’s Speech,” “The Godfather” and “Goodfellas.”
He has since starred in other movies, including “The Last King of Scotland,” “Mystic River” and the critically acclaimed biopic “The Lives of Others.”
And this year, Crich would be the first person of color to receive an Oscar nomination.
But even with all of that success, Crichi’s film was shot on location in Chicago, which makes him a bit of a black celebrity.
He is the first black actor to win a Best Actor Oscar for playing an African American in a major motion picture.
He was also nominated for Best Director at the 2014 Golden Globes for his role in “The Help.”
And he has been featured in several television shows, including the hit sitcom “Modern Family.”
In fact, Criscolts wife, Tania, was featured in the movie alongside the movie’s stars, and the couple even went on an extended family vacation to Chicago.
I’m so happy for the Black Cinema Industry and the black cinema community that this movie was made, Crishton told me.
“We’re all so lucky to have Toni in our lives, and she did an incredible job, and so many of the other actors who played Black characters in this movie, they’re like family to us.”
Toni and I are going to sit down with Toni for a moment.
We’re going to talk about how you get into the Black Cinematic Industry, the impact that the Black community has had on the industry, and how that impact has changed Black films over the years.
Toni is a Chicago native.
She’s also a filmmaker.
She grew up in Harlem, where she was the youngest of four siblings and a member of the black film community.
She graduated from Calumet College in 1992 with a BFA in film, then worked at various studios, including Universal Pictures and Lionsgate.
Her first big break came at Sony Pictures, where the director of “Gangs of New York” was her mentor.
The Black Cinema was the first major black film to make it to the big screen.
Tani, who also went on to play a role in the feature “Thelma and Louise,” told me that she knew of her husband’s passion for film when they were dating.
“I knew that he was really interested in film because he was a big fan of film and was fascinated by African American movies.
I just thought, Well, I’m a film fan too.”
Tani told me her husband always liked to tell stories about being raised by an uncle who would play the drums in the backyard of his home.
Tania also told me she always wanted to be an actress, and Toni said she loved the idea of a career in the film industry.
When she first heard about the film, she was thrilled that she was a part of it.
She was excited that Toni was part of the process, as well.
“The idea of making this movie has kind of been in my mind for years,” Toni told me, “but when I first saw it, I was like, Well I really need to get out of my comfort zone.”
Tania was thrilled to be in this role, she said.
“It’s a huge part of my life, it was such a huge, huge part to me, and it was just something I had to do.”
Tanya, too, was thrilled, but the most rewarding part of her involvement was that she would get to make the Black Film Awards a reality.
The black cinema industry is an industry that has been in decline for a long time, she explained.
It was only recently that there were more than 30 Black cinema festivals taking place in America, and those festivals have a strong impact on the Black communities, she added.
She had been hoping that one of those black festivals would be in Chicago.
“Chicago is a huge hub for the black community