Poitier’s Historic Year | 1967

25 07 2012

45 years, Oscar-winner Sidney Poitier reached his creative apex with the release of THREE critically-acclaimed classics in what is widely regarded as the greatest single year any Black actor has enjoyed! Read the rest of this entry »

Poitier Tribute and Nia Long This Week on the BIG show!

8 02 2011

This week on FilmGordon Radio’s Keeping It Reel, host Tim Gordon and several guests will celebrate the career and legacy of Hollywood’s first Black leading man, Oscar-winning actor/director/producer, Sidney Poitier. Also this week, sexy actress Nia Long will also stop by to promote her latest film, the indie-fave, “Mooz-Lum.” Read the rest of this entry »

Black Film Classics | For the Love of Ivy

15 08 2010

Late actress Abbey Lincoln played a live-in domestic who wants to leave her cushy job for a better, more independent life in the city over the objections of her employers in the romantic comedy, “For the Love of Ivy.” Read the rest of this entry »

We Remember | Abbey Lincoln

15 08 2010

Jazz singer and actress, Abbey Lincoln, who evolved from a supper-club singer into a strong voice for civil rights, has died. Lincoln was 80. Read the rest of this entry »

“The O-Unit” Welcomes Three New Members!

11 03 2010

Two-time Oscar winner Sidney Poitier

Last Sunday night at the 82nd Annual Academy Awards, three more new members were added to one of the industry’s most distinctive and exclusive club – Black Oscar winners. Read the rest of this entry »

FilmGordon Radio | 2.25.10

26 02 2010

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This week on “Keeping It Reel with FilmGordon,” publisher Tim Gordon spoke to Wesley Snipes and director Antoine Fuqua about their upcoming film, “Brooklyn’s Finest.”

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Whitaker’s “Criminal” Intent!

26 01 2010

Following in the footsteps of many of his acting peers, Oscar-winner Forest Whitaker has decided to spend some time on the small screen agreeing to star in the upcoming “Criminal Minds” spinoff launching this fall. Read the rest of this entry »

Summer Under the Stars | Sidney Poitier

13 08 2009

Tomorrow morning beginning at 6am, EST, Turner Classic Movies will spotlight Oscar-winner and cinematic trailblazer Sidney Poitier with a day of his best films in their “Summer Under the Stars” series. Check out the re-imagined poster for “Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner.” Read the rest of this entry »