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Amazon Prime Video Celebrates Black History Month 2021 With Their ‘Amplify Black Voices’ Page

Happy Black History Month! Starting today, Prime Video’s Amplify Black Voices page will feature a curated collection of titles to honoring Black History Month across four weekly themes: Black Joy (week one), Black Love (week two), Black History Makers (week three) and Black Girl Magic (week four). All titles will celebrate the voices of Black actors, producers, writers, and filmmakers.

Below you will find a sample of our Black History Month offering, including the recent anthology series Small Axe by Golden Globe-winning filmmaker Steve McQueen and One Night in Miami, to name a few. A collection of licensed titles on Prime Video, such as classics, documentaries, series, and movies. Prime Members can enjoy titles including Transmilitary, Not Black Enough, Freedom, and Creed II at no additional cost!

Check out everything featured on the Amplify Black Voices page:

Amazon Original Series on Prime Video

Amazon Prime released a powerful collection of films called Small Axe – all directed and co-written by Academy Award-winner Steve McQueen – that look at varying social injustices imposed upon the West Indian population in London.The anthology series as a whole has received acclaim from critics and appears on a number of “Top 10 of 2020” lists. The Los Angeles Film Critics Association Awards named the anthology series as their Best Picture of the Year!

  • Homecoming Season 2
  • Savage X Fenty Show Vol. 1
  • Savage X Fenty Show Vol. 2
  • Free Meek
  • Mike E. Winfield: StepMan
  • Alonzo Bodden: Heavy Lightweight

Amazon Original Movies on Prime Video

  • One Night in Miami
Amplify Black Voices
(Courtesy of Prime Video)

One Night in Miami gives the audience a glimpse into what a gathering of these four greats might have been like in juxtaposition to the events affecting their lives and the world at that particular moment in time. Truly a collision of great minds, One Night in Miami is both a love letter to these monumental men while also providing a window into the ups and downs of their fame, and ultimately their lives.

  • Sylvie’s Love
  • All In: The Fight For Democracy
  • Time
  • Black Box
  • Guava Island
  • Selah and The Spades

Upcoming Originals

  • Coming 2 America (March 5, 2021)
  • Tom Clancy’s Without Remorse (2021)
  • Them (2021)
  • The Underground Railroad (2021)

Regina King’s Watchlist

Award-winning actress Regina King (who made her feature film directing debut with Amazon Studio’s recent release One Night in Miami) curated her favorite Black history related titles, which are available on Amazon Prime Video throughout the month. Her recommended watchlist includes titles such as Sylvie’s LoveLove and Basketball and The Color Purple.

  • Black Panther
  • Blindspotting
  • Boyz n’ The Hood
  • Friday
  • Hidden Figures
  • Hotel Rwanda
  • I Am Not Your Negro
  • If Beale Street Could Talk
  • Love and Basketball
  • Nina Simone: What’s Happened Miss Simone?
  • One Night in Miami
  • Poetic Justice
  • Ray
  • Sam Cooke: Legend
  • Selma
  • Small Axe
  • Sylvie’s Love
  • The Color Purple

Preview of Titles Available on IMDb TV

  • Top Class: The Life and Times of The Sierra Canyon Trailblazers – IMDb TV Original Series
  • The Long Walk Home 
  • Olympic Pride, American Prejudice
  • Seventeen Again

Movies Available At No Additional Cost to Prime Members:

  • Black Ballerina
  • Coming to America (Feb 1)
  • Creed II
  • Down to Earth (Feb 1)
  • Fresh Dressed
  • History of Black Achievement in America
  • Like a Boss
  • Not Black Enough
  • Soul Food
  • The Weekend
  • Transmilitary
  • Vampire in Brooklyn
  • What Men Want

Preview of Movies available to Rent or Buy

  • Akeelah and the Bee
  • American Skin
  • Atlanta
  • Black Kkklansman
  • Black Panther
  • Boyz n’ The Hood
  • Brown Sugar
  • Dream Girls
  • Fatale
  • Hidden Figures
  • How Stella Got Her Groove Back
  • If Beale Street Could Talk
  • Insecure
  • Intruder
  • Marshall
  • Queen & Slim
  • Sister Act
  • Space Jam
  • The Color Purple 

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