Some of you may know that I’m also a filmmaker, if you don’t, you really should check the other pages of this website. I do more than just blog. Not a lot more, but… Anyway this video I directed was just released yesterday! It stars Tit N Twat, featuring Sasha Dobson and Bowman Hastie III.
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This week the nation recovered from what could only be described as a non-event, when Kanye West walked up to the stage during Beck’s acceptance speech for winning the Grammy Award for Album of the Year. Kanye thought better about it and returned to his seat. Still, the rest of the world went apeshit. Mr.
For the final two weeks of February, my first feature, X-Patriots, will be available for free on vimeo. You can also watch it in the embed below, Enjoy! X-Patriots from Darien Sills-Evans on Vimeo.
Being on the road is tough and lonely. My daughter is addicted to youtube and vimeo and sometimes asks me to make a video for her. Here’s the latest video postcard: Video Postcard: I Like It from Darien Sills-Evans on Vimeo.
Please listen to the RaceMan Podcast available on iTunes, SoundCloud, Spreaker and this here website! RaceMan Podcast Promo from Darien Sills-Evans on Vimeo.
This week we learned that black Hollywood is just as guilty of perpetuating negative images. If you haven’t seen the now infamous NWA movie casting call, here it is: See all that Tyler Perry hate is terribly misplaced. It’s not just that black women (whom are already objectified and sexualized in hip-hop) are graded based
A few days ago when the new trailer for the remake of “Annie” starring Quvenzhané Wallis was released, it didn’t take long for racists to cry foul. It mirrored the recent outcry over another “colorblind” casting decision, that Michael B. Jordan would be playing Johnny Storm, The Human Torch, in the Fantastic Four reboot. Once
Do black Americans travel? The answer is yes, but you wouldn’t know that by looking at most films. Lately, it’s been a topic that’s been bandied about – usually in the black film press – you can see Cybel Martin’s article on Shadow and Act here. In April and May of 2000, I, with a