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George Benson: a Paco de Lucía of black music | Blog North American route and beyond

North American music still has great pioneers at the bottom of the barrel, but also some of them for lack of claiming even more. One is George Benson, one of the most interesting musicians mixing styles with black pedigree like soul, funk and jazz. Still alive, Benson is a walking encyclopedia, a veritable sound binder […]

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‘Judas and the black messiah’: the movie that the Black Lives Matter movement deserves | Culture

Among the films that in recent times have put viewers in front of historical figures or events related to the Black Lives Matter movement, few reach the intensity of Judas and the black messiah. Far above The Chicago 7 trial —With which the characters in this film are directly connected—, One night in Miami, The […]

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Goya Awards: Spanish cinema looks out into black Africa | Culture

Still from ‘Adú’, by Salvador Calvo.Ikiru Films “I am a huge fan of Africa; In fact, this is the fourth shoot that I have been able to do there and I am very happy. Africa has a special energy ”. This is how resounding Salvador Calvo, director of the film with the most nominations for […]

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Eddie Murphy: “I am the only black actor in the history of cinema who has managed to have a worldwide audience” | Culture

Eddie Murphy (New York, 59 years old) managed in the late eighties to become a cultural phenomenon around the world a film with a cast of black performers that told the story of an African prince who traveled to New York in search of the love. The actor and producer of The prince of Zamunda […]

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