The Stuart Hall Project + Q&A at ICA Cinema

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Raised in Jamaica with Scottish, African and Portuguese Jewish roots, Stuart Hall is a leading cultural theorist, who has used his own heritage and experiences to inform his central argument that external forces continually shape and mould a person's identity. This documentary celebrates the life of Hall with a montage of the intellectual's own film, radio, photographic and television archive material set to a soundtrack by his musical hero, Miles Davis.

Director:
John Akomfrah
Duration:
103
Country:
UK
Year:
2013

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