A Street Couture Short Film Directed by Ronnell Hudson, Zachary Bxllion & Nneka Gigi. The visual that was premiered on 4/20 in Los Angeles at a private event by Nneka Gigi is now here for the public.
Instrumentals provided by Young Simba.
For those of us who “stand out”
we can never really “fit in”
We are not praying to be popular
We are not praying to be understood
We would much rather be “us”
We would much rather be “real”
And that’s a party you will never need an invitation to – RLH
PREVIOUS: #AroundLA: Nneka Gigi’s UNINVITED – Art Exhibition & Film Screening [APR 20]
Uninvited (2017) is a street couture inspired short visual project directed by Zachary Bxllion, Nneka Gigi and Ronnel Hudson. On April 20th, 2017 the team will be screening the project for the first time, accompanied by Nneka Gigi’s debut collection in a gallery style exhibition!
Please don’t miss this event, we were NEVER invited.
FREE Ticket Registration Available here: NNEKA GIGI’S UNINVITED 4/20/17
This event is sponsored in part by BuffaLowe PR and Flagrant City!
Flagrant City veteran Deuce Ellis takes to the big screen in the 2017 premiere of The Dunning Man, a film based on the novel by Kevin Fortuna. Fortuna’s book follows the main character, Connor Ryan, as he encounters several anti-heroes who thrive in rejecting society’s rules. Ryan must make it out of each meeting alive and learn more about himself along the way. Want to see what role Deuce plays in the film? Check out the trailer and keep your eyes peeled for the release!
Venzella Joy takes her rightful place on stage as she joins the cast and crew of Pitch Perfect 3! The Buffalo native is already well-known as the drummer for Beyoncé, but now she’s expanding her talents to the movie screens as well! There’s a lot of buzz surrounding what PP3 is about, but either way fans are excited to see Venzella shine in every way possible. Break a leg Ms. Joy! (Or don’t…? That saying is tricky…)
Follow Venzella on IG to keep up with her progress and future projects! Wish her luck and check out this article for insight on PP3!
Nowadays it seems more and more people are discovering they suffer from depression. Though it may seem common, it doesn’t make the condition any easier to deal with and power through. Creatives, innovators and visionaries always seem to be victims of depression, and most use the void as a means of inspiration. This is precisely what Elyse Fox has done in her short film entitled ‘Convos with Friends’. In the film, Fox shows how friendship, music, and travel aide her in fighting her demons so she can continue to bring necessary art to her viewers.
You can watch the short film below.
Conversations with Friends. from Elyse Fox on Vimeo.
And read a few words from the creator herself below:
“New year, cooler tings! Thank you all for viewing/sharing #ConvosWithFriends. We’re so excited about the conversation the film has ignited. With the release of the film many amazing women have been reaching out for advice/answers regarding life, womanhood, depression (etc) We want to create a place where we can discuss freely and anonymously. PBG presents ‘Sad Girls Club’ email email@example.com to chat with us XO<3″
Don’t forget to follow her on IG
Director Marysia Makowska redefines Effortless, Natural Beauty in her short film ‘Acid Beauty’. The film features Buffalo, NY natives Acid Cupcakes, a talented group of ladies who showcase their individual style while sharing their perspective of what it means to be in a culture obsessed with physical appearances. As they sport their own brand of clothing- shown in the video-the audience is presented with different facets of each character as they elaborate on terms others use to define Self.
Watch the video below:
Music composed by Scott Interrante and Michael Isabe
Models: Naomi Jones Ophelia Tiger Lily Marina Boswell Tiara Morris Kyjah Monai Katelynn Barlow
MUA: CE Eaton
IG: @simonealexis_ @erratic_ink @acidcupcakess @acidcupcakesreviews
Finally, it’s here, the “Arrested” video by We Stole the Show! We originally premiered this charged up track earlier this year back in April on FlagrantCity.com. Now the gents of WSTS, Rhys and Grand Phee is rounding out 2016 with the accompanying visual for the powerful track.
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We Stole the Show says thanks to all the artists that came out and made time to be apart of the video and to everyone who came to see the premiere at Dreamland last Sunday in Buffalo. In the words of Rhyson Hall, “This is a fun song and a real song, and another reason to continue to build community with each other. Love ya’ll, peace.”
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