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Film Roundup: April

by Frankie Decaiza Hutchinson Some films I watched in May that I love and hate, enjoy. Films that were great  Spellbound  By Jeffrey Blitz This is thrilling. Spelling words in front of people competitively, as a viewer, is so stressful let alone the kids who actually have to compete. Spellbound follows 8 of the kids … Continue reading Film Roundup: April

All Eyes On The Margins: The Culture Industry and Labor Relations in East Africa

By Authentically Plastic The past decade has seen a surge of interest in East Africa’s cultural output; much of it on the heels of the Africa Rising narrative that dominated socio-economic discussion about the continent in the early 2010’s. Interest has also come from the sonic mutations that have surfaced in its underground scene. This … Continue reading All Eyes On The Margins: The Culture Industry and Labor Relations in East Africa

Film Roundup: March

by Frankie Decaiza Hutchinson I watch a lot of films so I want to pay it forward and give you some of the best ones i’ve seen, if you’ve seen them already then you’re really lucky and if you haven’t then I urge you to indulge. Boogie Nights  By Paul Thomas Anderson I adored the … Continue reading Film Roundup: March

How the Archiving of My Family’s History Folded Time and Space For My Own Creative Practice

By Cy X Music has been a part of my life for as long as I can remember. From the church spirituals that I never appreciated growing up to the old school R&B my mom would play when recounting stories of old lovers to the middle school school sanctioned dances that played Pretty Ricky and … Continue reading How the Archiving of My Family’s History Folded Time and Space For My Own Creative Practice

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