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  • Apr 19, 2021
    Byron Hurt Documentary Filmmaker

    Soul Food Junkies at the Smithsonian Museum! -

  • Feb 06, 2021
    Byron Hurt Documentary Filmmaker


  • Jan 15, 2021
    Byron Hurt Documentary Filmmaker

    I had never seen this documentary before this morning. Up early with the pups, I watched this in its entirety. Very compelling. If you are into films that document the thoughts and feelings of people at a particular time in American history, you should check this out. The passion of the people against the Vietnam War, and against the protesters of this war, is very telling. The intelligence of the young Black men, former servicemen is evident. Their thoughts are clear. So are the thoughts of the Black protesters who demonstrate against the war. The Black women remind me of the courageous Black women of this modern day movement. Brave, strong, clairvoyant. Less thoughtful are the voices of the white people who speak out against the protesters. Their thoughts and worldview are reminiscent of many conservative white people today. How little things have changed since the time this film was made. That's why I love documentaries. They capture a moment in time and issues of the day. They document the points of view of everyday people who, when asked, offer their passionate opinions. This documentary is a timepiece. It made me want to get back onto the streets with a camera and talk to people; ask them how they feel; what they think, and why. Watch it if you have the time, if only to hear the views of mostly Black people weigh in about civil rights in America during the height of the Vietnam War. Listen to them point out the contradiction of America's values. I appreciate the honesty expressed here, and wonder the fate of many of the people who appear in this doc. Shout out to Winston Williams for sharing the link to this doc. I had never seen it nor heard of it before this morning. Appreciate you, Bro. https://youtu.be/KoYLRNfpg7I

  • Apr 29, 2021
    Media, Movies & Masculinity: Using Film to Disrupt Rape CultureEverywhere

    Join the Omicron Chi Ques for a discussion with Aishah Shahidah Simmons, Shaunelle Curry, Don McPherson, and Jackson Katz. Moderated by yours truly. Thursday, April 29th, from 7pm to 8:30 pm! Please spread the word!! @afrolez @shangiliameansjoy @jacksontkatz @donmcpherson9 Registration Link: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_gTQPPPLMSuWfmiyPa2oaCQ

  • Apr 21, 2021
    Soul Food Junkies at the Smithsonian Museum!Smithsonian's Anacostia Community Museum

    Don't miss a virtual screening of my film, Soul Food Junkies at the Smithsonian Museum THIS WEDNESDAY, April 21st, 6:30pm to 8:30pm EST. In this discussion, we’ll relate themes of health and culture to the movement for food justice in DC and our new exhibition "Food for the People."

  • Nov 18, 2020
    A Conversation with Turquoise Elfcup filmmakers / Free Zoom / 9:00PMCucalorus

    JOIN US tonight for the @cucalorus Festival as I engage filmmakers: Dorian Emerson (Negros), Ash Goh Hua (You Are Free), Kelly Whalen (When the Waters Get Deep), and Jun Bae (Turf Nation) in a Q&A discussion about their films. Watch their work virtually at cucalorus.org and then swing through the virtual Q&A session at 9 pm tonight. See you there!

  • Soul Food Junkies

    A documentary film about food, family, and tradition.

  • Hip-Hop: Beyond Beats and Rhymes

    A riveting examination of manhood, sexism, and homophobia in Hip-Hop culture.

  • I Am A Man: Black
    Masculinity in America

    This classic film explores what it means to be a black man in America.

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