The Lost Essays Tour Documentary
by Poetical Tv on January 17, 2017 at 4:23 AM
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I teamed up with filmmaker Benjamin Kearney to produce a visual documenting the journey of The Lost Essays Tour. The Lost Essays available on Amazon https://www.amazon.co.uk/Lost-Essays-... Get @ me on the socials Snapchat - yungafricanboss Twitter - @IsmaelMusoke Facebook - facebook.com/ismaelpoet Insta - @callmeish Special thank you to; University of Leeds African Caribbean Society Benjamin Kearney thanks for helping me make this a reality Ragz CV and Poetic Unity - poeticunity.com (Poetic Unity run a open mic at Black Cultural archives in Brixton every Wednesday go check it out) Big up Croydon and south london for being a wavey area in general 'However ironic it may seem, Martin Luther King wasn't the only one with a dream' Ismael Musoke, The Lost Essays
by Poetical Tv on December 7, 2016 at 6:11 AM
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Filmed at Electric Lady Studios in New York City
Directed by Scott Lazer
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Heartbreak & Grime Documentary
by Poetical Tv on August 17, 2016 at 11:41 AM
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Since its inception in the early 2000s, Grime music has echoed the young black British experience of living in impoverished areas, but in what ways did it reflect and influence how those youngers interacted with each other on a romantic level?
As part of his Deconstruction of Roadman Culture series, Caleb Femi’s nostalgic documentary about teenage relationships in the early 2000s brings together a group of young black Londoners who, at the time, were immersed in a new sound that germinated from the estates and pavements they called home. Heartbreak and Grime is an illustrative account told through poetry, conceptual visuals and conversation of individuals whose stories are incredibly unique. As each person recounts their teenage experiences of trying to make sense of romantic feelings and their place in the gender paradigms that govern relationships, a wider conversation of how Grime perpetuated patterns of thoughts and behaviours of a deeply problematic nature such as sex, misogyny, hyper-masculinity, sexual abuse etc.
The Brotherhood Documentary - Episode 1
by Poetical Tv on March 9, 2016 at 2:41 PM
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is an emerging creative collective of spoken word artists, creative writers, music producers and designers.
Four Brothers, born and raised in South London.
Dxggz 26, FazeOne 23, John, 20, are blood brothers of Nigerian descent. They grew up in Peckham, South East London and moved to Rotherhithe fifteen years ago.
Dxggz met Magero, 26, in 2005 over a pair of Nike shoes each was selling to the same guy.
Dxggz and Magero’s tight friendship has evolved into an art collective, they both are FLO Poets, a collective group of poets put together by the legendary artist 'The Floacist' of 'Floetry'. Dxggz and Magero regularly perform spoken word pieces at BoxedIN and FLO Vortex in Shoreditch.
FazeOne, the middle brother was a troublemaker at school. He tempered his rebellion through music when he was a teen, and is now an up and coming music producer in the UK.
The brothers met Claudine, the director of the documentary, one Sunday in May 2015, on the Rotherhithe Overground. They were standing in line on the empty platform, looming 6.3 tall, smartly dressed, interacting with one another in playful chemistry, which intrigued Claudine to find out more.
She asked 'What’s your story?' they replied 'We’re brothers'.
Nine months on, this first episode freezes an unexpected journey in January 2016 when Dxggz and Magero record Tunnel Vision, their first collaboration produced and mixed by FazeOne at Ana Calvi’s drummer Alex James’ studio in Bruce Grove, North London.
Soothing the Pain of the Past Through Sp...
by Poetical Tv on November 29, 2015 at 2:39 PM
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Filmmaker Ora DeKornfeld captures the impact poetry can have on an individual in her intimate portrait, Tyesha. See how one girl finds solace from a difficult home life and childhood trauma through a spoken-word class offered at her high school.
Ora DeKornfeld: http://www.ora-d.com/
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What Did Love Taste Like In The 70s? Doc...
by Poetical Tv on August 16, 2015 at 2:17 PM
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A nostalgic documentary about 70s music and fashion. Calling all 80s and 90s kids! Remember the music your parents played when you woke up on Saturday mornings? Remember the hall parties? Have you seen the old clothes hidden in wardrobes?
This documentary features individuals who tell stories about their experiences of 70s music, fashion and even politics, through the adults in their lives, evaluating how it has contributed to their identities today.
Director: Caleb Femi
Music: Love Affair - SJOB Movement
Alim Kamara - Hip Hop Is My Village
by Poetical Tv on November 21, 2013 at 8:19 AM
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In 2013 Alim Kamara founded A-Scholars. A charity inspired by the art of Hip hop. for more information or to donate please visit www.alimignites.com / www.alimkamara.com
Produced by @imaginereel
Dream Killers - (Motivational Documentar...
by Poetical Tv on October 28, 2013 at 1:06 PM
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A mini documentary looking at 10 things which kill motivations ft Suli Breaks (Spoken word artist) , Quason Matthews (Director) and Aaron Bridgeman (SBTV presenter)
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Portrait Of A Poet - JJ Bola|Ubuntu Film...
by Poetical Tv on September 17, 2013 at 12:52 PM
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JJ Bola is London based Congolese poet and writer. This short documentary is a portrait of his character, an insight into his he(art), and his inspirations.
Directed, filmed/edited by Tatenda Nyathi
JAJA SOZE - Where Do We Go From Here (Do...
by Poetical Tv on August 14, 2013 at 7:30 AM
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DIRECTOR/PRODUCER - JAJA SOZE (PDC Music Label) @jajapdc
ASSOCIATE PRODUCER - CHARLENE HUSKINSON (Smoke And Guns Productions)
FILMED & EDITED - CHARLENE HUSKINSON
VISUAL EFFECTS/MOTIONS GRAPHICS - ALEXXANDER LUTHOR (Smoke And Guns Productions)
LOWKEY FEAT. SHADIA - TOO MUCH
IG NEXUS - X7
VERSA BEATZ - TABLES HAVE TURNED
JAJA SOZA FEAT. DVS - WAITING SO LONG
WALE FEAT. MEEK & RICK ROSS - AMBITION
JIM JONES FEAT. TRAV - SHOW OFF
DOUBLE E PRODUCTIONS- IF LOVE IS WRONG I DON'T WANNA BE RIGHT
DOUBLE E PRODUCTIONS - GROOVIN
JAJA SOZE FEAT. MAS - SURVIVOR
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