Consider it Blacklit highlights films, television programs and stage plays featuring African Americans up front and behind the scenes. The show also highlights social issues, as it relates to these programs, and how they impact our communities. Show host Kim Singleton interviews directors, writers, producers, actors, content creators and overall film/television/stage enthusiasts.
A discussion with co-founders of The Industry Standard Group (TISG)
Consider It Blacklit host Kim Singleton discusses The Industry Standard Group (TISG) with co-founders Rashad Chambers and Adam Hyndman. TISG is innovating Broadway by finding new pathways toward equitable representation in commercial theatre.
A discussion with music supervisor Linnette Harrigan
Consider It Blacklit host Kim Singleton sits down with Linnette Harrigan for a discussion on her journey as a music supervisor for films, television shows and commercials. Learn more about Linnette Harrigan at www.linnetteharriganmedia.com
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A discussion with filmmaker Cheryl Polote Williamson
Host Kim Singleton sits down with the award-winning filmmaker Cheryl Polote Williamson. Williamson is one of the executive producers of the acclaimed documentary TWENTY PEARLS, which chronicles the history of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Incorporated (r) the first Black sorority founded on the campus of Howard University in 1908.
A discussion with playwright James Ijames
Host Kim Singleton discusses the Pulitzer Prize winning play FAT HAM with playwright James Ijames.
Highlight of the 1968 film "For Love of Ivy"
Consider It Blacklit host Kim Singleton discusses the 1968 classic film FOR LOVE OF IVY with multimedia professional Kalin Thomas. The film centers around a live-in maid who tells her white family that she is leaving. The adult son and daughter of the family match her up with a playboy to encourage her to stay. The movie stars Sidney Poitier and famous jazz singer Abbey Lincoln.
A discussion with writer/director Booker T. Mattison on THE SOUND OF CHRISTMAS
Consider It Blacklit Host Kim Singleton discusses the BET + movie "The Sound of Christmas" with the writer/director Booker T. Mattison. This film is based on the book "The Replacement Wife" by Tiffany L. Warren and stars Ne-Yo, Draya Michele, Serayah McNeill and Jennifer Seals.