'Isaac Julien: Ten Thousand Waves' Opens At MoMA (NYC) Now Through 2/17 (Details + Preview)

If you're not at all familiar with the work of black British artist (including filmmaker) Isaac Julien, here's your chance to get familiar (if you live in New York anyway). We've highlighted some of his films here on S&A - notably his allegorical snapshot of late 1970s London, 1991's Young Soul Rebels, which co-starred a young Sophie Okonedo, and was awarded the Semaine de la Critique prize at the Cannes Film Festival the same year. And there was the poetic 1989 documentary Looking For Langston - an exploration of the life and times of late African American poet Langston Hughes, delving into the world in which he...
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