It’s All About #GrantRose On ‘Mr. Robot’

It has been yet another wild week within the Mr. Robot fandom and I have some thoughts about this week's episode.  I also took the pleasure of being a guest on USA's Mr. Robot Digital After Show  hosted by The Verge.  We'll discuss more on that later. Here's seven things we learned on Mr. Robot: Tyrell...

BGN Film Review: ‘The Light of the Moon’

The Light of the Moon is lived-in, in every sense of the word. The new Amazon film takes a great look at the affects of sexual assault and how one woman overcomes it all. Read on for this Black Girl Nerds film review.

BGN Review: Black Women in Medicine

  Black Women in Medicine is a documentary film written, directed, and produced by Crystal R. Emery that chronicles the challenges Black women face in the medical field and provides insight into the history of Black female doctors. To provide you with some staggering statistics, only two percent of all physicians in America are Black...

‘Thank You For Your Service’ Is A Hard Hitting Look On How We Treat Our Military

Filmmaker Jason Hall makes his directorial debut in the Universal Pictures film about combat veterans suffering from PTSD in Thank You For Your Service. Based on the non-fiction book of the same name by David Finkel, the film sheds a light U.S. soldiers who try to adjust to civilian life and integrate back into family,...

Tap Documentary ‘Lost in the Shuffle’ Explores Concepts of Lineage, Community, and Sabar

Simone Maurice’s twenty-three-minute mini-documentary on tap dancing is punctuated with the rhythmic melodies of intricate footwork and the narrations of Jason Samuel Smith. Smith, an award-winning tap dancer and choreographer, provides the audience with insight into the inner workings of tap movement, tracing its lineage to West Africa. The documentary is largely a visual...