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In addition, a diverse selection of video art by Derrick Adams and Renee Cox was screened as well as music videos by Khalil Joseph, and documented live performances from Sanford Biggers band Moonmedicine.
The film series was well received by students, filmmakers and cinephiles alike. Rarely do these films get distribution and if so, the distribution company runs into the same problems as the programmers and curators. Tigist, who lives and works in New York, knows firsthand what it means to be a Diaspora member.
When she was sixteen she moved back to the United States for college, and briefly moved to the United Kingdom for graduate studies.
Poster for Stories Of Our Lives. The Colors of Ethiopians: Where Are You From? Join the conversation on Twitter and Facebook. Photo by Stephen Knight. New York Tadias — The first public screening of the film Left Unsaid — whose characters utilize Facebook as the networking tool to explore hot-button social issues — took place at the Dash Gallery in Tribeca last week.
The conversation that unfolds among this multi-cultural group highlights issues of online relationships, parenting, professional ambitions, marriage, sex, race, gentrification and comical relief by way of urban legends. The Huffington Post notes: Initially it was a really small project that somehow organically grew into something much bigger.