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Afrika Bambaataa on Afrofuturism (Q&A)
Afrika Bambaataa on Afrofuturism (Q&A)

Afrika Bambaataa on Afrofuturism (Q&A) 2014

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Afrika Bambaataa on Afrofuturism (Q&A) 2014

44 mins United Kingdom

Afrika Bambaataa and DJ, musician and filmmaker Don Letts discuss the development of Afrofuturism and its key artists. The pair reflect on how Afrofuturism blended music, film and literature, and debate the importance of musicians including Prince, Gary Numan and Kraftwerk.

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Afrika Bambaataa

Don Letts

Genres

Inside Film Non-Fiction

Collection

Tomorrow's World

Released

2014

Country

United Kingdom

Language

English

Production company

British Film Institute

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