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Dickinson Season 3: Release Date, Cast, And More

(Welcome to ...And More, our no-frills, zero B.S. guide to when and where you can watch upcoming movies and shows, and everything else you could possibly stand to know.)Apple TV+'s upcoming coming-of-age series "Dickinson" first burst onto the scene in November of 2019, taking a thoroughly (and fittingly) modern approach to retelling the story of the world-famous literary figure Emily Dickinson ... a woman, an artist, and a symbol who was ahead of her time in so many ways. The first two seasons ...
Tags: Apple, Television, Movies, Wiz Khalifa, Anna, Billy Eichner, Emily Dickinson, Hailee Steinfeld, Henry, Dickinson, Emily, Betty, Walt Whitman, Chinaza Uche, Jane Krakowski, Sojourner Truth

Review: Nigerian Prince

— by RON WILKINSON — A movie named after the famous internet scam has a lot to live up to. The “Nigerian prince” scam promised a huge cash reward for helping a foreign national out of a paperwork problem. The victim is then robbed of money, identity, or both. The scam has been used so […]
Tags: Reviews, Movies, Chinaza Uche, Ron Wilkinson, Faraday Okoro, Andrew Long, Antonio Bell

Tribeca Film Festival review: NIGERIAN PRINCE

Screenings and Venue: Saturday April 28, 8:30pm; Sunday April 29, 3:00pm at Regal Cinemas Battery Park World Premiere Section: Special Screenings Family, history, and the legacies that stem from the connected three are key in the development of most every civilization on Earth.  Yet, one could specify that for the African diaspora community, due to chattel slavery – from which there still has not been any true recovery – that family takes on an even more special meaning.   But that ...
Tags: Music, Usa, New York City, Nigeria, James Foley, Film/tv, DirecTV, Tribeca Film Institute, Tribeca Film Festival, Andrew Dosunmu, Chinaza Uche, Pius, Eze, Nigerian Prince, Curtis Caesar John, Faraday Okoro

First Nighter: Mfoniso Udofia's "Sojourners" Deserves a Welcome Stay

In Sojourners, the stimulating new Playwrights Realm production at Peter Sharp, the first-generation Nigerian-American author Mfoniso Udofia never directly explains the title, but implicitly she lets us know again and again and again. The word "sojourners" suggests people passing through a place and often, if not usually, as strangers to one another. That's exactly who Udofia's characters are and how they relate between and among themselves--if only temporarily. The result is a microcosmic peek ...
Tags: Texas, Houston, Casablanca, Huffington Post, Ama, David Finkle, Rick, Roberta Flack, Uche, Mfoniso Udofia, Peter Sharp, Udofia, Abasiama Chinasa Ogbuagu, Ukpong Hubert Pont Du Jour, Abasiama, Ukpong