Heitor Augusto takes a closer look at the exhibtion Afterlives of Slavery at the Tropenmuseum Amsterdam.
Once you step into Childish Gambino’s territory, you better be ready to be dazed and confused
A close look at the film’s title raises an inevitable question: who does Dear White People assume as its interlocutor? In the context of contemporary American cinema, Justin Simien’s satire is a rare case of a film who doesn’t back for white attention.
The fact we must acknowledge is that the film industry finances so few movies about the multiplicity of black experience that every time one of these films comes around we bring an unspoken expectation that it’ll be a definitive one, able to address all the uncovered topics.