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  1. 'Dear White People' TV Series Based on Movie a Go at Netflix

    10:00 am 5/5/2016

    Justin Simien will write the 10-episode comedy series as well as direct the premiere installment.Read more

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  2. 'Dear White People' Director Tackling Musical for Charles King's Media Company (Exclusive)

    9:01 am 10/22/2015

    Justin Simien will write and helm the untitled project about race and culture for King's new venture, Macro.Read more

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  3. New TV, Movies on Amazon in September: 'Hand of God,' 'Dear White People,' 'Little Giants,' and More

    9:17 am 8/22/2015

    Other films available to stream next month include 'Serendipity,' 'Desperately Seeking Susan' and 'Men, Women & Children.'Read more

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  4. NAACP Image Awards: The Winners

    6:47 pm 2/6/2015

    'Selma,' 'How to Get Away With Murder' and 'black-ish' were among the big winners.Read more

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  5. Ava DuVernay to Speak at Film Independent Directors Close-Up Series

    1:56 pm 1/13/2015

    The lineup also includes Richard Linklater and Dan Gilroy.Read more

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  6. NAACP Image Awards Nominations: 'Selma,' 'Get On Up' Land Top Film Nods

    10:10 am 12/9/2014

    'Black-ish,' 'How to Get Away With Murder' and 'Scandal' are among the top TV nomineesRead more

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  7. 2014 Gotham Awards: Complete Winners List

    4:30 pm 12/1/2014

    Michael Keaton and Julianne Moore both took home trophiesRead more

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  8. Gotham Awards: The Winners' Reactions

    4:16 pm 12/1/2014

    Steve Carell, Ellar Coltrane, Julianne Moore, Michael Keaton and more reflected on their wins backstage at New York City's Cipriani Wall StreetRead more

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  9. 2014 Gotham Awards: Watch a Live Stream of the Ceremony

    3:30 pm 12/1/2014

    The show will be held Monday at Cipriani Wall Street in New YorkRead more

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  10. AFM: 'Dear White People' Breaks Urban Curse to Sell Globally

    7:00 am 11/9/2014

    European and Asian buyers, often wary of films about African-American culture, have jumped at Justin Simien's Sundance hitRead more

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