VIRTUAL Art After Dark x Third Horizons: March 26


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Film Series

Across Lines
Pt3

The third and final installation of Across Lines premieres this week at Art After Dark!

Third Horizon is a Caribbean filmmaking and creative collective. Their flagship initiative is the annual Third Horizon Film Festival in Miami. To learn more, visit www.thirdhorizonmedia.com and @thrdhrzn on Instagram.

Homelands is the culmination of a year-long project in which four acclaimed British urban musicians returned to their cultural roots, connecting with their homelands to create and produce new music. Mercury Music Prize-nominated Terri Walker travelled to Jamaica, double Mobo winner Shakka visited Dominica, while grime artists Diztortion and Saskilla headed to Suriname and Senegal, respectively.

This groundbreaking documentary produced by Punch Records follows each artist as they travel alone, only accompanied by a small film crew, to explore the roots of their sound and their cultural identity. The result is a fascinating story of cultural genealogy studded with rocking and rousing musical interludes

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About the filmmakers 

Jaha Browne
[Instagram & Twitter @jaha_browne]

Jaha is a Director/Filmmaker who uses the camera to enter people’s worlds, giving them a platform for their voices to be heard through intimate portraits. Jaha has been creating documentaries, music videos and digital content, working with a variety of clients from charities to brands to deliver stories from around the world since 2011. Her films have successfully screened at leading international film festivals such as IDFA, DOK Leipzig, Planete Doc, Zanzibar International, Third Horizon Caribbean and leading art institution such as the Serpentine and Barbican. In 2015 her short film Unify was featured in the hour-long documentary Life Through My Lens which was broadcasted on BBC 3 Fresh. Jaha has been directing and filming on various documentaries for the BBC & British Muslim TV, the latest production in Ghana & Nigeria a documentary series History of Africa with Zeinab Badawi for BBC Africa.

Tara Manandhar 
[Instagram @future_tara]

Currently works as a videographer, visual ethnographer, camera operator/self-shooter. Tara has worked freelance and in-house for a range of production companies, research agencies, and start-ups. Tara has created content for end clients including Reebok & Chevrolet via MoFilm, Nike & Unicef for the Girls Summit 2014 & been involved in projects screened as part Channel 4's Random Acts strand. Tara comes from a documentary-based perspective, and is consistently noted for a cinematic shooting style. Tara’s work is immersive & energetic. Previous projects have been supported by the BFI & European Cultural Foundation, exhibited multiple times at Sheffield Doc/Fest, Edinburgh International Film Fest, IDFA & Raindance.

ACROSS LINES FILM SERIES

Across Lines is a three-part series exploring identity through the lens of diaspora. Short film screenings are followed by a discussion between moderator and filmmakers. Watch a new lineup of films every last Friday of the month from January through March for free as part of Art After Dark. This series is presented in collaboration with Third Horizon.

OUR COLLABORATORS

Third Horizon is a Caribbean filmmaking and creative collective. Their flagship initiative is the annual Third Horizon Film Festival in Miami. To learn more, visit www.thirdhorizonmedia.com and @thrdhrzn on Instagram.

ATTENDING THIS EVENT

Register: This program is free and will stream live via Youtube and Facebook. After registering, you will receive an email confirmation. A reminder email will be sent before the virtual program, along with a link to watch live.
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