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Seven Songs for Malcolm X and The Last Angel of History

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Two films directed by British Ghanaian artist and writer John Akomfrah—a founder of the Black Audio Film Collective—exemplify the collective’s groundbreaking approach to documentary. Courtesy Icarus Films.

Seven Songs for Malcolm X

With camera work by artist Arthur Jafa, Seven Songs for Malcolm X unveils the biography of the popular civil rights leader through interviews, tableaux vivants, and reenactments of key moments from his life and legacy. (1993, 52 minutes)

The Last Angel of History

The Last Angel of History features discussions with black cultural figures about Afrofuturism and the hope for a better tomorrow. (1996, 45 minutes)

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