- Day Dream for Queer British Art Exhibition 2017, Tate BritainDirected by Stephen Isaac-Wilson, Day Dream features artist and founder of club night Body Party Kareem Reid. Filmed on the first weekend of Spring, the short poetically explores issues of queer loneliness, male vulnerability, and platonic intimacy. Despite an improvement of the LGBT community’s rights and media representation over the years, queer people still disproportionately suffer from loneliness and social isolation. Now reaching his mid-twenties, Kareem discusses the difficulties of nav
- Klein ft Kahlia Bakosi - With UDirector: Stephen Isaac-Wilson Producer: Roxy Rezvany Director of Photography: Henry Lockyer Camera & Lighting Assistant: Richard smith Editor: Ben Melbourne Colourist: Tim Smith @ Electric Theatre Collective Production Assistant: Rose Worrell Stylist: Victoria Higgs Special Thanks Princess Modesola Oluwakepemi Oloko
- Looking for Langston: Isaac Julien in conversation with Hilton Als for Victoria Miro GalleryFilm directed by Stephen Isaac-Wilson for Victoria Miro Gallery Artist and filmmaker Isaac Julien and Pulitzer Prize winning critic and author Hilton Als first met in the late 1980s, when Julien was researching his seminal film Looking for Langston. Als went on to become one of the writers of the 1989 film, which is a lyrical exploration of the private world of poet, social activist, novelist, playwright, and columnist Langston Hughes (1902 - 1967) and his fellow black artists and writers who f
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- "MIRRORS" Trailer BFI Flare 2018 | A visual interview series | The Art Machine"MIRRORS" is an interview series featuring queer artists of colour based on an extract by American Author and Poet, Junot Díaz. The visual touches on the social, political and mental implications of representation and asks what happens when these groups are denied visibility altogether? How does that impact identity formation and personal development?
- Championing Diversity: This Black History Month 2018, meet 100 creatives inspiring changeThis Black History Month 2018, we’ve brought together a group of outstanding industry heroes to each nominate 10 black changemakers and creators that are shaping culture, arts, design, business, tech and beyond. We still have a way to go when it comes to conquering the lack of diversity in the creative industry - which is why it so important for us, as a platform, to use our force for good. To do so, throughout the year we spotlight incredible people, the projects that they are involved with141