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Rosario Dawson in Death Proof (2007)

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dynamicafrica:

Photo Series: “Diner en Blanc Kigali - 2014 Edition”.

On August 10th this year, Kigali’s scenic Acacia Gardens was a sea of crisp white as it played host to the city’s annual ‘Diner en Blanc’ event.

Currently in its third year, Rwanda became the first country in Africa to take part in this global event in 2012. Global Diner en Blanc events were put together to foster friendship, elegance and sense of community amongst those who attend. This year, as it seeks to be integrated into Rwanda’s broader tourism agenda, the event attracted over 500 people hailing from both African countries and other foreign states.

See more amazing photographs of the event here!

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Folklore Contemporain III : Bastien Aubry & Dimitri Broquard - Anne de Vries, May/June 2014
Curated by It’s Our Playground
Photo: Max Slaven
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BAMcinématek series An Evening with Jacolby Satterwhite and Art21 from Jacolby Satterwhite on Vimeo.

bam.org/film/2014/jacolby-satterwhite-shorts
Wed, May 28, 2014
7pm

LOCATION:Peter Jay Sharp Building

BAM Rose Cinemas
RUN TIME: 75min
FORMAT: DCP

In this program of short films, BAMcinématek presents selections of work by performance art iconoclast Jacolby Satterwhite alongside recent Art21 New York Close Up documentaries revealing his process. In Satterwhite’s “uncommonly elastic imagination” (The New York Times), 3D animated characters perform wordless scenes of transformation and desire. Constructing digital worlds through stream-of-consciousness architecture, Satterwhite draws from a personal mythology that fuses familial obsessions, pop culture, and art history. Dressed in elaborate costumes adorned with electronic devices, Satterwhite’s avatar bounds from the screen in licentious live performances.
Q&A
with Jacolby Satterwhite
This screening will feature a Q&A with artist Jacolby Satterwhite and poet Andrew Durbin

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Cassowary, New GuineaLife on Earth, David Attenborough, 1979