Art & Times
AFROPUNK edition of What Shapes Us with Selema Masekela: Moonchild SANELLY
What Shapes Us: Selema Masekela has a candid conversation with Moonchild SANELLY, a South African artist who has collaborated with Beyoncé, Die Antwoord, Gorillaz, Diplo and Wizkid and is known as the Queen of CQOM Music Movement. She shares her progressive views on the state of gender issues in her home country.
AFROPUNK edition of What Shapes Us with Selema Masekela: Big Freedia
What Shapes Us: Selema Masekela’s conversation with New Orleans Bounce Artist, Big Freedia, who has collaborated with Beyoncé, Drake, Kesha, Lizzo, Charli XCX, Icona Pop and Soul Rebels. The Queen Diva speaks about her home city, being true to herself and her latest projects: the Garden Cookout livestream series and her documentary, Freedia Got A Gun.
AFROPUNK edition of What Shapes Us with Selema Masekela: Asia Lacy
What Shapes Us: Selema Masekela’s conversation with multi-instrumentalist, singer/songwriter, Asia Lacy of ASIATICA, about her gender-bending musical style, her famous older brother, producer and artist, Steve Lacy, and her upcoming album.
Artemus Jenkins is an award winning filmmaker who has used the documentary format to innovatively capture the raw and beautiful aspects black culture. He has blazed a trail in the digital filmmaking space through work on his strip club culture docuseries, “Power of Pussy” (P.O.P.), his documentary detailing the lives and history of black tattoo artists, “Color Outside the Lines”, and his work with H.E.R. for the 2020 MTV Video Music Awards. "Piece" was produced with support from the BlackLight Initiative, a partnership between AFROPUNK, Whalar Agency, and Fresh Tape Media.
Owning Who You Are Panel Discussion
ESPRIT and Three Visual artits discuss individuality, self expression and the South African + global creative industry
Sadé Clacken Joseph is a Caribbean - American filmmaker, photographer and singer from the Bronx, New York, who has worked with Quncy Jones, Robert Glasper and Common. She is the CEO and Founder of Out of Many Media LLC, a multi - media production house which focuses on intersectionality and creating inclusive spaces for POC, LGBTQIA+, and womxn narratives in media with a special emphas is on the Afro."Home" appears here with support from the BlackLight Initiative, a partnership between AFROPUNK, Whalar Agency, and Fresh Tape Media.
Maurice Hines: Bring Them Back
Filmmaker John Carluccio delivers an intimate portrait of a trailblazing African American entertainer who navigates the highs and lows of his lengthy showbiz career, and a complex relationship with his superstar brother, Gregory Hines.
Jeredon O’Conner is a multi-hyphenate filmmaker who focuses on the intersection of Black culture and creativity. Jeredon freelances as a director, cinematographer, editor, and producer in Los Angeles for companies such as Wieden+Kennedy, 72andSunny, Hecho Studios, Prodigi Arts, Atlantic Records, Raedio, and Issa Rae Productions. Additional credits: Breanna Hogan - cinematography, Brandon Stoll - music