3/6/20 O&A NYC THE MORNING FUNNIES: The Booty Warrior- Fleece Johnson

The Booty Warrior- Fleece Johnson is inspired by the Boondocks spoof on MSNBC’s Lock-up series.  Continue reading

2/24/20 O&A NYC HOLLYWOOD MONDAY: Dear Basketball- Kobe Bryant’s Oscar Winner Short Film


Kobe Byrant’s 2018 Oscar winner Best Animation short film Dear Basketball Continue reading

2/17/20 O&A NYC HOLLYWOOD MONDAY: Hair Love- Oscar Winning Short Film (Full)

Hair Love, an Oscar winning animated short film from Matthew A. Cherry, tells the heartfelt story of an African American father learning to do his daughter’s hair for the first time. Continue reading

1/27/20 O&A NYC HOLLYWOOD MONDAY: Dear Basketball – Kobe Bryant

Dear Basketball is an Oscar winning film, made 2017 American animated written and narrated by Kobe Bryant and directed and animated by Glen Keane with music by John Williams Continue reading

12/9/19 O&A NYC HOLLYWOOD MONDAY: The Christ Child- A Nativity Story

This new depiction of the Nativity story recounts in beautiful detail the sacred events found in the Bible about Jesus’s birth over 2,000 years ago. Journey with Joseph and Mary from Nazareth to Bethlehem. Continue reading

10/30/19 O&A NYC SHORT FILM: Megan Thee Stallion P.I. in HOTTIEWEEN

EPISODE 1: LOVE BITES introduces us to our protagonist, Megan Thee Stallion, P.I. in her hometown of Stallion County. When a vicious group of Fuccbois take over town, Megan and her trusty sidekick Janine (Jay Cole) are on the case. Continue reading

10/28/19 O&A NYC HOLLYWOOD MONDAY: Malika – Warrior Queen (Animated Pilot/Film)

Nigeria’s animated movie – Malika Warrior Queen, made its first big screen debut over the weekend to critical acclaim at the 8th edition of the Lagos Comic Con. Continue reading

10/21/19 O&A NYC HOLLYWOOD MONDAY: A Zoot Suit (with a A Reet Pleat) [1942] | Dorothy Dandridge & Paul White

A Zoot Suit (for My Sunday Gal) performed by Paul White and Dorothy Dandridge  from the 30 minute short film A Zoot Suit (with a A Reet Pleat) (1942) written by Ray Gilbert and Robert O’Brien (as Bob O’Brien). Continue reading