Cinema

Babylon Is Falling

Saturday, April 22 at 8 PM

The concrete task of Ben Caldwell and cohorts was then how to take inspiration from the example of Melvin Van Peebles, while criticising the ideological incorrectness of his film, in order to demolish Hollywood’s misrepresentation of black culture. The revolutionary breakthrough of the UCLA film school was to have shifted the historical problematic central in Michieaux’s family dramas from his middle-class milieux into the working-class environment, in which the fundamental struggle is between black Labour and white Capital. –Ntongela Masilela

Babylon is Falling was edited on video transferred to 16mm a sound and image ritual collage made to be DUB remix in reggae tradition.

Doors 7:30 pm. Admission $5.

PROGRAM MADE POSSIBLE WITH SUPPORT BY THE ANDY WARHOL FOUNDATION FOR THE ARTS.

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