BURN OUT #20: FT. SARAH TAI BLACK
"People talk a lot about the political potential of film, but they don't talk about the harmful effects and what happens when that image and that sound reaches you in the audience." — Sarah-Tai Black
Back at it with writer and film programmer Sarah-Tai Black, the brains and generous spirit behind the Toronto screening series "Black Gold." Sarah-Tai talks through the need for radical thinking around programming Black films, the perils and violence of institutional art in the name of social justice, what it means to be "politically bimbo” 💁🏾♀️ and much more. Apologies to the Britney stans for my brain fart — I absolutely am familiar with the Blackout-era track "Piece of Me"!!!
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Sarah Tai Black: sarahtaiblack.com
Original music by Jahmal Padmore
Artwork by amad.studio
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