Check out these two experimental short films from Sunday Kinfolk & Theatre Roscius, the first two of their triptych series - 'Dear Nina' and 'Black Like Her'. Both films (directed by Renata Cherlise) feature performance artist Constance Strickland (pictured), who - as the film's camp states - draws us "into her world filled with a myriad of unresolved emotions." Watch the captivating shorts below and read more about the project …Continue
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Listen to the debut release from rock band Chaeya & Her Dark Secrets, 'Rise'. Led by front woman Chaeya, the band are bringing Rock, Power Pop and Funk to the table. 'Rise' was actually supposed to be released in 2011; however after the murder of their bass player, Theron Brison (one of the Professors for Bootsy Collins' Funk University aka Thee Ram Jam), the band took some time out. Now they're back in the studio and ready to…Continue
If you're a fan of retro soul and Motown sounds, Latasha Lee and her band The BlackTies got just what you need. A big admirer of Etta James, Aretha Franklin, Sam Cooke, Lee offers melodies, style and visuals celebrating the greats. Check out some of her videos below and let us know what you think. Latasha Lee & The Blackties' self-titled album is out now on …Continue
After making its world premiere at the 2012 Sundance Film Festival, the feature film 'An Oversimplification of Her Beauty' is still turning heads all over the place. As we told you, many members of the Afro-punk community are involved in this project.
We have A PAIR OF TIX to the NY Premiere Saturday March 24th at New Directors / New…
With the recent release of Red Tails, there has been a lot of discussion about the ongoing lack of people of color in Hollywood and what to do about it. It’s cute that George Lucas thinks he can change the game with some awesome special effects (wrapped in a gossamer-thin plot), but finding a place in the mainstream market with big-budget blockbusters is really just as well. What I think is also important, more important, is making sure that those smaller, more…Continue
Hey guys, we're really excited to share this project with you. Many members of the Afro-punk community are involved. The feature film 'An Oversimplification of Her Beauty' will be making its world premiere at the 2012 Sundance Film Festival. The team needs our support to finish funding the final stages of the post production (sound design, voice over, soundtrack recording, color correction) and the trip to Sundance (airfare, hotels, posters, publicist, etc.). Let's show them…Continue