It's even worse than this for women of colour - did you know that only 1% of actresses in Hollywood are Asian?

Salma Hayek shares her experiences of 'sexist, ignorant' Hollywood

It's even worse than this for women of colour - did you know that only 1% of actresses in Hollywood are Asian?

Selma (2014)   A chronicle of Martin Luther King's campaign to secure equal voting rights via an epic march from Selma to Montgomery, Alabama in 1965.

Selma (2014) A chronicle of Martin Luther King's campaign to secure equal voting rights via an epic march from Selma to Montgomery, Alabama in 1965.

#SteinwayArtist Jason Moran "Selma" Film Score Composer

Jason Moran Tips Hat to Tradition While Transcending the Jazz Idiom

#SteinwayArtist Jason Moran "Selma" Film Score Composer

på teckenspråk /, [Videoupptagning] :, författare: Selma Lagerlöf #film #dvd #teckenspråk

på teckenspråk /, [Videoupptagning] :, författare: Selma Lagerlöf #film #dvd #teckenspråk

Original Selma film costumes

Original Selma film costumes

Speaking of badass vampire movies...Tarantino tops the team. (Top that, Condon!)

Speaking of badass vampire movies...Tarantino tops the team. (Top that, Condon!)

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« Selma », un film indispensable sur le combat de Martin Luther King

Salma Hayek as Frida Kahlo painting "Self-Portrait with a broken column"

Salma Hayek as Frida Kahlo painting "Self-Portrait with a broken column"

Andrea Mitchell talks to Rep. John Lewis about the film “Selma,” which tells the story of the protests in Selma, Alabama 50 years ago that served as a pivotal moment in the nation’s Civil Rights Movement.

Andrea Mitchell talks to Rep. John Lewis about the film “Selma,” which tells the story of the protests in Selma, Alabama 50 years ago that served as a pivotal moment in the nation’s Civil Rights Movement.

Selma Film (2014) 25-Question Multiple Choice Quiz

Selma Film (2014) 25-Question Multiple Choice Quiz

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Academy Award-winning movie "Selma" made Ava DuVernay the first woman of color to direct a film nominated for a Best Picture Oscar. Her new documentary, "13th," opens the New York Film Festival Friday. Gayle King spoke with DuVernay about an exceptional career with an untraditional start.

Academy Award-winning movie "Selma" made Ava DuVernay the first woman of color to direct a film nominated for a Best Picture Oscar. Her new documentary, "13th," opens the New York Film Festival Friday. Gayle King spoke with DuVernay about an exceptional career with an untraditional start.

1. Selma  During the struggle over voting rights for African Americans a determined woman tries to register to vote only to find herself disappointed again Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. meets with influential leaders including President Johnson and Malcolm X. Civil rights leaders then organize a series of marches to Selma Alabama in 1965.  2. Hidden Figures  An incredible and inspiring untold true story about three unsung heroines at NASA who were instrumental in one of historys greatest…

1. Selma During the struggle over voting rights for African Americans a determined woman tries to register to vote only to find herself disappointed again Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. meets with influential leaders including President Johnson and Malcolm X. Civil rights leaders then organize a series of marches to Selma Alabama in 1965. 2. Hidden Figures An incredible and inspiring untold true story about three unsung heroines at NASA who were instrumental in one of historys greatest…

John Boyega hits out at lack of diversity in 'Game of Thrones'  John Boyega has become the latest actor to criticise Game of Thrones for its lack of diversity.  The Star Wars star made the comments in a recent interview with GQ in which he spoke about the wider issues of race representation in the film and TV industries.  "There are no black people on Game of Thrones" Boyega said. "You don't see one black person in Lord of the Rings."  SEE ALSO: What film stars really think about Hollywood's…

John Boyega hits out at lack of diversity in 'Game of Thrones' John Boyega has become the latest actor to criticise Game of Thrones for its lack of diversity. The Star Wars star made the comments in a recent interview with GQ in which he spoke about the wider issues of race representation in the film and TV industries. "There are no black people on Game of Thrones" Boyega said. "You don't see one black person in Lord of the Rings." SEE ALSO: What film stars really think about Hollywood's…

I love this movie, I love the sequel... I want the third one so bad!  w/ Lily Clare (blu)

Hellboy (2004)

I love this movie, I love the sequel... I want the third one so bad! w/ Lily Clare (blu)

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