3rd Annual BlackStar Film Festival
In Conversation: Terence Nance & Kahlil Joseph
Kahlil Joseph is an award-winning LA based filmmaker. His critically acclaimed film Until The Quiet Comes, a collaboration with Flying Lotus, won the Grand Jury Prize for Short Films at the 2012 Sundance Film festival. He is also a member of the collaborative collective What Matters Most.
Terence Nance is an artist born and raised in Dallas, Texas. Terence studied visual art and his practice includes installation, performance, music, and moving images. His first feature film, An Oversimplification of Her Beauty, is an IFP Narrative lab alumnus and premiered in the New Frontier section of the 2012 Sundance Film Festival.
Join us as the two artists discuss their practices, their collectives, and the source of their creative output.
Co-presented by ICA
The 2014 BlackStar Film Festival is made possible in part due to generous support from the Knight Foundation, Lomax Family Foundation, PECO, Visit Philadelphia/Philly 360°, Wyncote Foundation, The Philadelphia Foundation, School of Social Policy & Practice at Penn, Community Council Health Systems, Leeway Foundation, Miller-Worley Foundation, Multicultural Affairs Congress, Skai Blue Media, Red Bull, Aqua Energy, Marcellus Shale Coalition, Mazzoni Center, La Colombe, Spodee, Uber, and individual donors; and in partnership with Institute of Contemporary Art Philadelphia, International House, Scribe Video Center, World Cafe Live, Center for Africana Studies at UPenn, Okayplayer, Black&Sexy TV, Little Giant Media, i-g Creative, and Reelblack.