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Cinematic Conversations When I Get Home with Jessica Green

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WHEN I GET HOME finds multidisciplinary artist Solange Knowles’s deeply introspective vision of a spiritual expedition reckoning with the question “Where is home?” Accompanying her acclaimed 2019 album of the same name, the film taps imagery of her hometown’s (Houston, TX) culture with flights of surrealism spotlighting Black cowboys, space, futurist worlds, and ritualistic movements that characterize evolution as a recurring presence. Solange explores concepts of origin, fear, safety, and reclamation through the power of ancestral roots and the creation of one’s own kaleidoscopic universe. Presented here in Solange’s director’s cut, WHEN I GET HOME is a dazzling immersion into the imagination of an artist whose vision knows no bounds. June (2019), Solange scored and performed at Kenzo’s fashion show in Paris. It marked the final collection showcase for Kenzo by designers Humberto Leon and Carol Lim (Opening Ceremony). When I Get Home, with contributions from Alan Ferguson, Terence Nance, Jacolby Satterwhite, and Ray Tintori. Jessica Green is the Artistic Director of the Houston Cinema Arts Society. She is also curating a film and speaker series for the Museum of the Moving Image titled "The Afro Future's So Bright I'm Pessimistic" and developing a narrative television project about Louis Armstrong’s State Department tours. She was the Cinema Director of the Maysles Documentary Center in Harlem, founded by legendary filmmaker Albert Maysles, from 2008-2018. Jessica is also a former founder, owner and Editor-In-Chief of the New York based, independent Hip-Hop magazine Stress (1994-2001), which was the first magazine to put Jay-Z on the cover, as well as the former Executive Editor of BET.com (2000-2005). Green has an undergraduate degree from Lang College at the New School for Social Research in Black Studies and Writing and Literature. She was born and raised in New York City, and her father Ernest Green, is one of the Little Rock 9.
Posted Apr 25
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