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The Mundane Afrofuturist Manifesto

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From public television station KCET in Southern California comes the tale of a new framework for black diasporic art production as it takes shape in contemporary Los Angeles. This hour-long documentary from the Artbound series proposes a new theory of the black aesthetic in the 21st century. The film explores the tensions between conventional, segregated channels of media distribution and the black imagination and features in-depth interviews with artists such as novelist Tisa Bryant, musician/producer Delroy Edwards and visual artist Nicole Miller.

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KCET & Martine Syms

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