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Who are you? To answer this question, artist Shantell Martin followed her pen. In this brilliantly visual talk featuring her signature freestyle line work — drawn across everything from the screens of Times Square to the bodies of New York City Ballet dancers — Martin shares how she found freedom and a new perspective through art. See how drawing can connect your heart to your hand and deepen your connection with the world.

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)

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