The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences today announced the nominations for the 89th Oscars and Independent Lens was thrilled to learn that I Am Not Your Negro [official site] received a nomination for Best Feature Documentary. Raoul Peck‘s film, narrated by Samuel L. Jackson and which was called “one of the best movies you are likely to see this year” by New York Times critic Manhola Dargis and
It’s here! Welcome to the new launch of our website!
We are excited to share with you our newly redesigned website, with a bold and hip new look and revamped navigation experience.
To start, we’ve streamed lined our menus to give you quick access to the items you’re looking, We have emphasized more on our work and commitment to promote our culture and to educate our readers. We have also put more focus on our music industry for all music lover. You can listen to your favorite artists/bands new or old on our “Music” section. .
Haitian saxophonist, arranger and band leader Raoul Guillaume was born in Port-au-Prince, Haiti in 1927. A schoolmate of another great Haitian artist, Guy Durosier, Guillaume attended St Louis Conzague. He was a member of Orchestre Saieh with Guy Durosier and many other talented musicians such as Charles Dessalines, Rene Ferdinand, Joe Trouillot and Ansy Derose.