BRIXTON VILLAGE X CROSSOVER: JENN NKIRU PRESENTS (FILM SCREENING)
JENN NKIRU PRESENTS Hub Tones (2018) for Kamasi Washington - (9 mins 8 secs)
A single-shot captivating mesmerising zoom out of Pan African symbology.
Black to Techno (2019) - (20 mins 25 secs)
Tapping into the rhythm of the Motor City, *Black To Techno *is a stunning snapshot of the Detroit techno scene that reclaims the black origins of the genre's innovative spirit and soul
Brown Skin Girl (2020) for Beyoncé - (6 mins 11 secs)
Nkiru celebrates the feminine energy in her interpretive piece for the Beyonce hit.
Throughout the course of October, Brixton Village will play host to weekly film screenings on Tuesdays in their new Contemporary Arts Space. The CROSSOVER series of feature length films and shorts will showcase themes surrounding the African diaspora and include work up by up and coming creatives including Peckham-born Jenn Nkiru, artist and director of Beyonce’s Brown Skin Girl video; South London based T A P E Collective and Minute Shorts, a new-streaming platform for filmmakers and film fans to showcase and celebrate the artform of the film short.
Presented by Brixton Village.