His documentary film-making is concerned with the interaction between identity and everyday life for artists and composers, especially those on the fringes. He is not interested in the kind of documentary which seeks to seduce the viewer.
Growing up exposed to music, he goes far beyond being just a musician but is also a photographer, a sound engineer and a film maker. Purely for the sake of his passion for different types of song that intrigue him, he could be on a trek to a completely foreign land at any moment.
This year, the event has extensively selected films directed by women from that continent bringing their particular perspectives on topics varying from rebellion, the diaspora, affection, to the universal search for the sense of belonging. Yi Zou Since 2011, the Royal African Society has organised this annual festival, […]
In April, a deadly earthquake caused hundreds of deaths and thousands of injuries in this country and numerous victims and families still need urgent help. The embassy of this country in London is presenting a film screening to raise funds in support of those sufferers in the natural catastrophe. […]
With hopes that people will dig deep into their memories and suggest titles that have deeply inspired them, the Barbican Centre, is for the very first time, asking inhabitants of the capital if we can view the movies that shook their world. Michelle Gooden-Jones Anyone who has visited […]