Tag Archives: Arthur Jafa


Jay-Z Unveils Curatorial Visual for Unguarded Rap Ballad “4:44”

The open-heartedly remorseful title track from Jay-Z‘s latest studio album was already a work of art in audio form. But today “4:44” is doubly deserving of praise as a masterpiece with the release of its visual in the form of a short-film sourced from some of the Internet’s most viral videos including everyone’s favorite clip…

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Arthur Jafa Releases ‘Love Is The Message, The Message Is Death’ Visual

Arthur Jafa is a director, filmmaker and cinematographer who has used his platform to promote and express Black culture through a variety of mediums. In addition to speaking up about transgression in public spaces with Black culture guru Bell Hooks, he shot Spike Lee’s ’90s classic Crooklyn, co-directed the photography of our very own Solange‘s…

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Saint Heron Presents: ‘Daughters Of The Dust’ Q&A With Julie Dash, Arthur Jafa & Rachel Kaadzi Ghansah

So many exciting events happening during the New Orleans Film Society’s 27th Annual Film Festival. This Wednesday, October 19th, Saint Heron is pleased to announce that we will host a very special Q&A with director Julie Dash and director and cinematographer Arthur Jafa. Rachel Kaadi Ghansah will lead our discussion ahead of the restored rerelease…

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