We've gone digging again to find more movies with a majority black cast on an online streaming service. This time we rumbled through the listings on Amazon Prime to see what we could come up with. As with Netflix its slim pickings but we managed to find a few we thought you would enjoy.
Strange Fruit explores the tribulations of William Boyals, a successful New York lawyer and gay African-American who comes home to the life from which he escaped to investigate the lynching of his also-gay childhood friend, Kelvin. Amidst the sultry beauty of the bayou, William is forced to wade through a bog of conspiracy involving an insidious network of local law and a dangerously entrenched subculture.
Deeply depressed by a recent break up, Christopher (Anthony Lafferty) wakes up to a life in chaos. When he decides to spice things up by dating again, Christopher learns that love and heartbreak are always near.
From first-time Haitian-American filmmaker Roger Omeus, Jr. comes this inspiring indie about a young gay black man's journey of self-discovery, affirmation and love.
Finding Me Truth
Finding Me: Truth follows the loves, losses, fights, jealousies and broken hearts of a group of friends - centering around the sweet, bright-eyed and emotionally vulnerable Faybien.
The Happy Sad
Two young couples in New York-one black and gay, one white and heterosexual-find their lives intertwined as they create new relationship norms, explore sexual identity, and redefine monogamy.
Turning 30 is a damn difficult thing to do, especially if you're Corey Brown; an average Joe who is depressed over getting older, being out of shape and having just been dumped by his super hot boyfriend!
From Jrg Andreas of Cazzo Films, comes this highly erotic, inter-racial prison romance.