Tag Archives: Raoul Peck

Bonus! Review of Well-Read Black Girl and If Beale Street Could Talk

I’ve been thinking a lot about service lately; more specifically, I’ve been thinking about how people serve their communities in ways that ring true to them and are impactful. While there are things that we do that we can easily … Continue reading

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Conference: The Iconography of Lumumba and the Work of Raoul Peck

Antwerp University – February 18-19, 2016 A two-days bilingual international conference with speakers Raoul Peck, Piet Defraeye, Johannes Fabian and many others. https://www.uantwerpen.be/images/uantwerpen/container38901/files/DEF_program_abstractsbio.pdf This interdisciplinary colloquium revolves around the work of filmmaker Raoul Peck and the iconography of Patrice Lumumba in Peck’s … Continue reading

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CFP Extended: Raoul Peck Anthology

The critically acclaimed filmmaker, Raoul Peck, has a long and impressive filmography that includes both feature films such as Haitian Corner (1987-88), L’homme sur les quais (The Man by the Shore) (1993) and Moloch Tropical  (2009) and documentaries, like Lumumba, … Continue reading

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