Isaac Julien

April 20–21, 2016

Isaac Julien, a central figure in British visual culture and queer independent cinema, presents his boundary-pushing work over two evenings. 

  • The Attendant

  • Looking for Langston

  • Playtime

  • Playtime

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Past Films

  • Isaac Julien Presents Recent Installation Works

    • Thursday, April 21 7 PM

    Isaac Julien in conversation with Leigh Raiford
    Julien discusses his recent installations Playtime and Kapital, which respond to the global financial crisis through an elegant fusion of fiction and documentary. Plus an excerpt from his exploration of Chinese culture, Ten Thousand Waves.

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  • Isaac Julien Presents Recent Installation Works

    • Thursday, April 21 7 PM

    Isaac Julien in conversation with Leigh Raiford
    Julien discusses his recent installations Playtime and Kapital, which respond to the global financial crisis through an elegant fusion of fiction and documentary. Plus an excerpt from his exploration of Chinese culture, Ten Thousand Waves.

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  • Looking for Langston

    • Wednesday, April 20 7 PM
    Isaac Julien
    UK, 1988

    Isaac Julien in conversation with Stephen Best
    Julien’s lyrical reimagining of the cultural legacy of revered African American poet Langston Hughes forms a study of artistic expression and the nature of black gay desire. With shorts The Attendant and The Long Road to Mazatlán.

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  • Looking for Langston

    • Wednesday, April 20 7 PM
    Isaac Julien
    UK, 1988

    Isaac Julien in conversation with Stephen Best
    Julien’s lyrical reimagining of the cultural legacy of revered African American poet Langston Hughes forms a study of artistic expression and the nature of black gay desire. With shorts The Attendant and The Long Road to Mazatlán.

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