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We need to connect these dots. They feed on each other. Cold-calculated privilege and sadistic racism.
Repost @lenawaithe @kiersey
Rest in Power #GEORGEFLOYD | call Minneapolis Mayor @jacobfrey1 (612)-673-2100 + the DA (612)-348-5550 and demand the prosecution of all officers involved including Derek Chauvin (Badge 1087) and Tou Thao (Badge 7162).
All 4 police officers have been officially fired, but now we need them arrested and CHARGED.
MENTAL HEALTH & CINEMA
Calling all musicians and composers to join us.
A few years ago I discovered Diane while watching a video @stylelikeu
I invited her to see my film LoveTrue and she shared with me her daughter Imogen's story who suffered from mental illness & left her music & diaries behind. I felt her story had to be told and called my UK partner in crime Margo Mars @we.are.lief ❤️ The new short doc “Imogen” is a raw narrative that tackles grief and the importance of prioritizing mental health. As the world continues to work on creating more awareness towards mental health, this captivating short is hosting special LIVE online preview screenings followed by a moderated conversation.
This Thursday, May 21st at 12 p.m. PST, joined by the film’s composer Charlotte Hatherley (ASH, Bat For Lashes, Nakhane) with producer/FREE THE WORK founder Alma Har’el (yours truly), director Lola Young, and guest Claire Cordeaux of the British Association for Performing Arts Medicine.
In partnership with Help Musicians, they will discuss the film’s stunning soundtrack, a posthumous collaboration containing the achingly intense demos Imogen left behind, and celebrate the value of music to mental health.
If your first reaction was “absolutely, sign me up,” you are in for something very special. We are giving away tickets to the virtual screening!
To secure your spot, you must:
1. Follow @FREETHEWORK
2. RSVP on the Eventbrite link on my bio.
We will accept RSVPs until Wednesday AM, May 20th. We have a limited amount of seats to give away, so RSVP asap!
Filmmakers Note: “Imogen” deals openly with subjects such as depression, eating disorders, self-harm, self-medication and the constant struggle to answer to oneself ‘What is wrong with me?’. The film may be triggering for some viewers. Talking can bring huge relief. There are wonderful organizations who will listen 24/7 @samaritanscharity @crisistextline.
To all those underrepresented composers out there, you deserve to be heard! Join the FREE THE WORK community by making your own profile and getting your music out there.
#FREETHEWORK #underrepresentedcreators #imogen #mentalhealthaw
JOIN ME TODAAAAY 🤹 Watch party at 3PM PST and Zoom Q&A right after.
Bring some hard questions so it’s not another Q&A!
Photos @piperferguson @gustavotastudillo
#Repost @womensweekendfilmchallenge ・・・
𝕎𝕙𝕠: You, us and @alma.harel
𝕎𝕙𝕒𝕥: Live tweet and watch @honeyboymovie with @alma.harel followed by a live Q&A.
𝕎𝕙𝕖𝕟: TODAY, Saturday, May 16 6pm EST
𝕎𝕙𝕖𝕣𝕖: @twitter @amazonprimevideo Zoom
ℝ𝕊𝕍ℙ at the link in our bio! Tickets are free or pay-what-you-can.
Hey! Write me some questions below and come hang out with me today at 11AM PST when I talk to some of the winners of @sxsw who are now @amazonprimevideo platform. This is part of our @freethework LIVE IG series.
How is everyone holding up? I’ve been sick for weeks and coming up for air. No pun intended. I’m blown away by everyone on the frontline and in a state of existential reset most days. Rethinking a lot of life choices and time management.
If you’re trying to hold on to life and make this time matter while being locked down don’t miss on everything @FREETHEWORK is doing. Swipe for some life you can still catch today and some you missed... There’s a community around the world waiting for you.
Prime Video’s online SXSW film festival is in full swing! We have an incredible episode of INSTA-VIEWS coming this week. FREE THE WORK founder and filmmaker Alma Har’el is taking over hosting duties for our IG live Q&A series to chat with some of the award-winning directors who opted into the Amazon Prime’s SXSW 2020 film collection. Directors Kate Cox (“Vert”), Carol Nguyen (“No Crying at the Dinner Table”), Matthew Puccini (“Dirty”), and Ashley Eakin (“Single”) will be joining Alma for one-on-one conversations about the inspiration behind their stories, their journey to SXSW, and how their work has opened doors for them. This is going to be a Q&A you cannot miss!
Tune in on April 30th at 11 am right here on the FREE THE WORK Instagram for the IG live and keep your eye on our IG story to learn more about this dope filmmakers.
#FREETHEWORK #underrepresentedcreators #instaviews #almaharel #sxsw #amazonprime
Thank you to @TIME and all the graphic designers and artists who worked endlessly to make each one of these covers authentic and unique. It was a big creative decision to make each cover true to its period and here are only some of the amazing artists that helped us ✊❤️ Link in da bio for the rest. #womenoftheyear
1932: Babe Didrikson
Patrick Faricy @pfaricy
1959: Grace Hopper
Marc Burckhardt @marc_burckhardt
1962: Jacqueline Kennedy
Shana Wilson @shanawilsonartist
1969: Marsha P. Johnson
Mickalene Thomas @mickalenethomas
1974: Lindy Boggs
Edward Kinsella @edwardkinsella
1985: Wilma Mankiller
Lauren Crazybull @elceebee
1991: Anita Hill
Alexis Franklin @alexis_art
1995: Sadako Ogata
Manjit Thapp @manjitthapp
2006: Ellen Johnson Sirleaf
Tim O'Brien @obrienillustration
2014: Beyoncé Knowles-Carter
Toyin Ojih Odutola @toyinojihodutola
🔥🔥🔥 35 million views in the first 30 minutes after we launched the project ✊✊🏼✊🏽✊🏿Don’t miss this list. @TIME crushed it on mobile too so you can get the full experience on your phone.
Never thought I’ll be working with @TIME magazine on one of their most epic projects and so proud these women joined us. Each one of them made history. Thank you for these beautiful photos @camilafalquez BTS shot by @Elizabethbick @LenaWaithe Katie Couric, MJ Rodriguez, Amanda Nguyen, Elaine Welteroth, Soledad O’Brien, Zazie Beetz and Nancy Gibbs.
For decades, TIME magazine issued “Man of the Year”. Today we are claiming 100 covers of #Womenoftheyear ✊ who writes history? A century redefined 🔥
Grateful to @TIME and their editorial team for having me as a partner. When I came to them with this idea I knew they will give it everything they got. Special thanks to the group of gifted women who joined us as a committee to make sure this list includes all women. Lena Waithe, Katie Couric, Mj Rodriguez, Amanda Nguyen, Elaine Welteroth, Soledad O’Brien, Zazie Beetz, and Nancy Gibbs. Special thanks to my forever partner in crime @cdleggett and our co-producers @proctergamble studios.
Women history is human history. Say their names.
Photo by @camilafalquez and all BTS by @elizabethbick
THANK YOU to these phenomenal gifted women for joining @TIME and me. Each one of you is making it international women’s day every day.
Lena Waithe, Katie Couric, Mj Rodriguez, Amanda Nguyen, Elaine Welteroth, Soledad O’Brien, Zazie Beetz and Nancy Gibbs.
Repost @time "For 72 years, TIME named a Man of the Year. In 1999, Man of the Year gave way to Person of the Year. While the name rightly changed, too often the choice was the same. With this project, we’re spotlighting influential women who were often overshadowed."
Introducing the 100 Women of the Year project—a chance to spotlight influential women who have been so often overshadowed by history. To recognize these women, we embarked on a historic project: selecting a woman or group to represent each year from 1920 to 2019, and then creating a TIME cover for them. Each cover is visually emblematic of the period its subject represents. Read the stories behind the 100 #womenoftheyear covers at the link in bio.
Huge props (and thanks) to @alma.harel on the creative collaboration - so epic!
#internationalwomensday #timemagazine #equality #womenempowerment #womenhelpingwomen #womeninhistory #visionarywomen
Wait for it.