Posts from the videos Category

While we’re being forced to re-calibrate, both as individuals and as a society at large, this moment is demanding we create a new paradigm shift in the way we take care of each other.

‘PAUSE’ was put together during the height of the pandemic in an effort to create a reminder of the power of our communion as we experienced this unique duality of both extreme isolation and extraordinary connectivity in New York during the lockdown. By GILLIAN ZINSER

An experimental visual poem combining video, photography, and animation to examine the lived Black experience and ultimately ask what it means to be ‘here’.

A film by Robert-Jonathan Koeyers

Ιf you’re black in the UK, the police are 10 times more likely to stop and search you. How would they feel if it was the other way around?

Starring, Selom Awadzi (Attack the Block), Alessandro Babalola (Top Boy, Flesh and Bone), Phil Barantini (Band of Brothers, Ned Kelly, Chernobyl), Dean Kilbey (All the Money in the World, Love Possibly)

In times of duress, nothing adds up.

“Coup d’état Math” is an animated short film that depicts four stories that speak to the complex equation of each immigrant’s journey. By Sai Selvarajan

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