Event: rise of the art machine

    In association with BFI Flare, Art Machine present Rise Friday 23rd March, 12.00 – 17.00 Get FREE tickets here This one-day programme elevates the narratives of QTIPOC (queer, transgender and intersex people of colour), by providing a platform to examine the importance of inclusion, both on and off screen, whilst inspiring a generation of directors, screenwriters, filmmakers and producers to develop work which … Continue reading Event: rise of the art machine

Long Read: “Who are these Grace Jones looking chicks?” Black Panther: a review

Iggy Pop, remarking on his early Michigan days in The Stooges circa 1967,  suggested American bands could not get arrested at home until the so-called British invasion happened. As Iggy put it, The endorsement of indigenous African American music(s) – the Blues, Southern Soul – by the “parent culture,” in the guise of The Beatles and The Rolling Stones, was essential before American critics and … Continue reading Long Read: “Who are these Grace Jones looking chicks?” Black Panther: a review