Event

The Space Between Colour Film Screening in Johannesburg

When: 17 February 2019 from 3:00 p.m.

Where: JoziHub

The Space Between Colour What happens when we are searching for the thresholds that are reinforced by generational exclusion and inequality? In the backdrops of scattered promises, are we true to ourselves in the moment? Set in Johannesburg and London, The Space Between Colour deconstructs the layers of representation and what it means to be a woman of colour in the arts and media spaces. Representation and inclusiveness are issues that go back generations. But who gets left behind when we’re not listening? Born in Pretoria on 10 September 1987, Thandi Ntuli is a South African musician. Thandi holds a Bachelor of Music in Jazz Performance from the University of Cape Town. In 2014, she released her debut album The Offering, which was nominated in the Best Urban Jazz category at the 2015 Metro FM Music Awards. More recently, Thandi has released her sophomore album called Exiled. Some of her most notable collaborators are Lebo Mashile, Georgia Anne Muldrow and Thandiswa Mazwai, among others. Carleen Anderson is an American singer living in the United Kingdom who is best known for the Young Disciples. During the early 1990s, Carleen was part of a groundbreaking movement that shaped the ideas of a popular London subculture that gave birth to the likes of the Brand New Heavies, Incognito, Jamiroquai, Pressure Drop and Galliano to name a few. Carleen’s family background is also musically remarkable. Vicki Anderson, the American soul singer best known for her performances with the James Brown Revue, is her mother, and Bobby Byrd, who is one of the pioneers of soul and funk music, was her stepfather. It was when she toured with the JB All Stars that she ended up living in the UK. In 2016, Carleen released her latest album called Cage Street Memorial. Description: Director: Jolade Olusanya Producer: Tebogo Mohlahlana Length of film: <35 min Reserve your seats for our screening at Jozihub please email: soulphsics07@gmail.com

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