“An unbroken line of influence can be traced back from Beyoncé’s landmark visual album Lemonade to the imprint left on cinema by Julie Dash’s Daughters of the Dust: a connection highlighting the profound cultural legacy of images created by and about black women.
As conversations about black womanhood dominate culture today, from #BlackGirlMagic to Chimamanda Ngozi Adiche declaring ‘we should all be feminists’, Unbound revisits works that have historically been obscured from view, and introduces a new band of pioneers, with stories that are ripe for rediscovery.” Introduction by season curator Tega Okiti
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Please note: For the safety of visitors to BFI Southbank we have enhanced security measures. Please use the main entrance at the Lightbox on Theatre Avenue or via the Riverfront Cafe under Waterloo Bridge. All other entrances will be closed except as fire exits. Customers will be asked to undergo a bag check so please allow additional time to get to your screening. A free cloakroom is in operation for larger items.