But the crown jewel of the Cinemax After Dark lineup is "Femme Fatales." Taking its title from a long-running entertainment magazine that focused mostly on B-movie actresses and "scream queens," "Femme Fatales" is an anthology series that blends film noir plots and O.
Director: Jonathan Kesselman Rosie and Villa are caught in the middle of an explosive investigation; Rosie discovers information that forces him to start his own investigation behind Villa's back; Donna's behavior indicates she may have a new man in her life. A logically and emotionally gratifying finale that is sure to silence all critics and guarantee a third season. See full summary » Director: Uta Briesewitz Abby (Lisa Edelstein) and Barbara (Retta) head to Split Con, a convention dedicated to providing services for people who are breaking or broken up. See full summary » Director: Silver Tree It's Delia's (Necar Zadegan) wedding day!
Stars: Rashida Jones, Hayes Mac Arthur, Jere Burns, Deon Cole Lyndon Johnson becomes the President of the United States in the chaotic aftermath of John F.
Kennedy's assassination and spends his first year in office fighting to pass the Civil Rights Act.
Liberian-born filmmaker, screenwriter and actress Cheryl Dunye boldly confronts themes of race and gender in her impressive catalogue of cinematically dynamic work, which features refined and intricate examinations of the black lesbian experience that are rendered all the more poignant through their autobiographical influences.
Dunye’s use of mixed media through which she crafts narratives that blur the lines between fact and fiction characterizes the series of six short films than began her career and introduced her exploration of the black lesbian experience.