Hudlin Entertainment

Archive for the ‘Goodies’ Category

Najee Ali at Mo Better Burgers

Najee Ali is a committed activist who is always out there making a difference in Los Angeles. This was a very nice post from him that was on Facebook. Had the best burger in LA at this spot. And guess whos pic is on the wall. And has a burger…

Comments Off on Najee Ali at Mo Better Burgers + Read More

RICHARD HUDLIN – MY ANCESTOR

Richard Hudlin had an amazing life. At the turn of the century, he was the postmaster of Clayton Missouri, which even now is a tiny neighborhood just outside of St. Louis. He also wrote for the St. Louis Globe Democrat, a mainstream white paper in town, and a German language…

Comments Off on RICHARD HUDLIN – MY ANCESTOR + Read More

2018 Oscars Predictions for Black Films

by Tambay Obenson PLEASE READ MY INTRO BEFORE SKIPPING TO THE LIST! Yes, it’s only May; there’s a lot of cinema left to see in 2017 before anything that resembles a final list of potential Oscar nominees can be called complete; but as I did last year, I’m starting early, with…

Comments Off on 2018 Oscars Predictions for Black Films + Read More

Oscars 2018: It’s Never Too Early To Start Predictions

by Sarah Quraishi for Impact: the University of Nottingham’s official student magazine The film business moves pretty fast – if you don’t stop and look around once in a while, you could miss it. Is the Academy going to terminate their relationship with Pricewaterhouse Coopers after that historical mishap? Does anyone care?…

Comments Off on Oscars 2018: It’s Never Too Early To Start Predictions + Read More

ICON AND ROCKET ART

Icon and Rocket, outside of Comerica Park, home of the Detroit Tigers. Done for MECCAcon. By Jason Reeves and colors by Luis Guerrero. Courtesy Maia Crown Williams.

Comments Off on ICON AND ROCKET ART + Read More

MY NEW MOVIE MARSHALL IN THE NEWS

A Cultural Paradox: Students Run From History While Movies Dig Deeper Into The Past by Michael Cieply Here’s a cultural paradox: Even as American universities and their students are fleeing history at a frightful rate, movies, at least of the sort that contend for awards, are digging ever deeper into…

Comments Off on MY NEW MOVIE MARSHALL IN THE NEWS + Read More

OSCAR TRACK ARTICLES ALREADY?

This is from a website called Awards Circuit. I don’t know their process or sources, I’m just sharing: 2018 Oscar Predictions – BEST PICTURE It’s super early so we’re not going to pretend that we know what will or will not be good. Lots of iconic directors heading to our…

Comments Off on OSCAR TRACK ARTICLES ALREADY? + Read More

‘Showtime At The Apollo’: Fox Orders Weekly Series For Next Season; Steve Harvey Hosts

by Erik Pedersen Fox is returning to the iconic Harlem theater. The network said today it has ordered Showtime At The Apollo as a weekly series to premiere during the 2017-2018 season. Steve Harvey, who led Fox’s Apollo specials that launched in December and launched his career at the storied…

Comments Off on ‘Showtime At The Apollo’: Fox Orders Weekly Series For Next Season; Steve Harvey Hosts + Read More

RIP DON RICKLES

I was a producer/director on the Bernie Mac Show. In the first or second episode I directed on the series, the guest star was Don Rickles! Bernie Mac was a student (and master) of comedy and he loved inviting his comedy heroes on the show. Like anyone with a sense…

Comments Off on RIP DON RICKLES + Read More

FIELD TRIP TO THE ART MUSEUM WITH NELSON GEORGE AND FRIENDS

Nelson George is the hub of all things. He’s usually three people away of anyone worth knowing. So when he comes to Los Angeles and invites a bunch of his friends to see an art exhibition, it’s a must do. First of all, I wanted to see the exhibition anyway….

Comments Off on FIELD TRIP TO THE ART MUSEUM WITH NELSON GEORGE AND FRIENDS + Read More

HOUSE PARTY – STILL A THING

27 years later, people are still writing about House Party! Here’s a recent review I just found online: 2 GUYS, ONE REVIEW: HOUSE PARTY by Ryan McLelland I missed the boat on House Party back in 1990. I’m not really sure why…I’m going to chalk it up to I just…

Comments Off on HOUSE PARTY – STILL A THING + Read More

New York Times: Rarely Depicted, the Ugly Truths of Hazing Play Out Onscreen

By TAMARA BEST Toward the end of the new Netflix movie “Burning Sands,” five young pledges of a fictional fraternity make their way through a wooded area before older fraternity brothers stop them at the entrance to a barn. As the doors are opened, one fraternity brother welcomes them to…

Comments Off on New York Times: Rarely Depicted, the Ugly Truths of Hazing Play Out Onscreen + Read More