Maurício Pestana - Mother Africa Collection
Cultne recorded the launch of the children's collection Mãe África by the cartoonist and executive director of Raça Brasil Magazine, Maurício Pestana. The venue was Castelinho do Flamengo and was held by Livraria Negra Kitabu.
Drumming Nelson Maca & Jorjão Bafafé - Part 1/2
Cultne recorded the poetic musical intervention "Tamborismo" with poet Nelson Maca and percussionist Jorjão Bafafé, during the event Dobras de Pensamento among Other Narratives that took place on September 17, 2016 at Centro Cultural Donana, in Belfort Roxo, in the Baixada Fluminense region .
Children's Literature - Renato Noguera
Professor Renato Noguera talks about children's literature during Flisamba - Literary Festival of Samba and Cultural Resistance held on July 16, 2017 at Renascença Clube.
Kitabu - Black Bookstore
Cultne was present at Livraria Kitabu, a meeting place for Afro-Brazilian literary expression located in Lapa, in the center of Rio de Janeiro. Considered the only black bookstore in Rio, Kitabu opened in May 2007 by entrepreneurial black women Heliosa marcondes and Fernanda Felisberto struggle to ensure their enterprise in the face of a series of difficulties that will gradually be eliminated.
Uelinton Farias - Writer
Cultne recorded the interview with writer Uelinton Farias.
I am Somebody (I Am Somebody)
The girl Selinah July recited part of the poem "I Am Somebody that she learned in a school in Jerusalem.
The poem "I Am Somebody" is a poem written in 1950 by the Reverend William Holmes Borders. In 1972, the poem was started by Reverend Jesse Jackson.
Black Writers - All Woman Program
Program "Toda Mulher" aired on TV Alerj, with the participation of writers Lia Vieira and Eliana Alves Cruz, under the command of journalist Dandara Batista.
Images provided by TV Alerj based on the cooperation agreement between TV Alerj and Acervo Cultne.
Canto Ghana Brazil
Cultne recorded the performance of Nelson Maca of Coletivo Blackitude and DJs Sankofa and Dudoo Caribe of Sistema Kalakuta during the passage of the Cultne Collection in Salvador in 2014.
Poem Baobá - Centenary of Abolition 1988
Institutional video broadcast on national television on the occasion of the launch of the 1988 Centenary of Abolition and the creation of the Palmares Foundation - Ministry of Culture - Jose Sarney Government.
Carolina de Jesus - Carolinas Collective
Cultne recorded with images of Filó Filho and Vik Birbeck a chat with the coordinators of the Carolinas Collective of Black Women of Bahia, composed of black women from different parts of Brazil who develop the Project Carolinas ao Vento, Centenária and Atemporal -- 2014, 100 Years of Writer Carolina Maria de Jesus. The proposal is to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the birth of the Minas Gerais writer Carolina Maria de Jesus. To this end, the Collective, on January 21, 2014, will officially launch the Project at the Milton Santos auditorium of the Afro-Oriental Studies Center (CEAO-UFBA), at 7 pm with Café Literário with the presence of writer Conceição from Minas Gerais. Evaristo.
Cordel Jovelina Pérola Negra - Victor Werewolf
Cultne registered the party in honor of the 68th birthday of Jovelina Pérola Negra, who would turn 68 on July 21, 2012, at the Arena that bears his name in the neighborhood of Pavuna.
Cris Pereira Honors Carolina de Jesus
Cultne recorded the Festival Latinidades that took place in Brasília from the 23rd to the 28th of July 2014, on the occasion, the Acervo Cultne recorded the performance and a chat with the singer Cris Lopes, who performed at the Festival Latinidades.
Elisa Lucinda - 11 years of "Stop Talking Badly of Routine"
Cultne recorded with images and editing by Filó Filho a chat with actress and poet Elisa Lucinda during the launch of the book "O Nascimento do Samba" by Martinho da Vila held on August 8, 2014 at the Imperator in Rio de Janeiro.
Black Literature - Ana Cruz
The literary project Mulheres Bantas Vozes de My Ancestors, by the writer and poet Ana Cruz represents a gathering of poetic texts that aims to celebrate the memory of My Ancestral Bantas. Their names are inscribed in history not only as women who gave their blood to build the economic and cultural wealth of this country. But also as responsible for the construction of the identity of that country in one of the most determining aspects, which is its language.
In 1978, the first volume of the CADERNOS NEGROS series appeared, containing eight poets who shared the costs of the book, published in a 52-page pocket format. The publication, sold mainly in a major release, later circulated from hand to hand, being distributed to a few bookstores, but obtained a significant return from those who had access to it. Since then, and uninterruptedly, other volumes have been released - one per year - alternating poems and tales of different styles. Distribution has improved, seeking to reach a wider and more diversified audience than that reached by the first volumes. Writers from various states in Brazil have been publishing in Cadernos Negros.
Black Literature - Miriam Alves
The poet writer Miriam Alves spoke to Cultne about the trajectory of black literature, especially the beginnings of the meetings of poets and fictionalists that began in the 1980s. Miriam Alves publishes poems and short stories since 1983. Member of Quilombhoje Literatura from 1980 to 1989, her works are included in anthologies and theses at Universities inside and outside Brazil, giving lectures in several cities and states in Brazil, Europe (Austria, 1995) and at several renowned Universities in the USA, among them Columbia University, New York (2003).
Luiz Silva, known by the pseudonym of Cuti, is a Brazilian writer, poet and playwright. Graduated in Literature at the University of São Paulo in 1980, he obtained a master's degree in Theory of Literature and a doctorate in Brazilian Literature from Unicamp. he is one of the founders of the Coletivo Quilombhoje that produces the CADERNOS NEGROS series. In 1978, the first volume of the CADERNOS NEGROS series appeared, containing eight poets who shared the costs of the book, published in a 52-page pocket format. The publication, sold mainly in a major release, later circulated from hand to hand, being distributed to a few bookstores, but obtained a significant return from those who had access to it. Since then, and uninterruptedly, other volumes have been released - one per year - alternating poems and tales of different styles.
Black Literature - Cristiane Sobral
The writer and actress Cristiane Sobral spoke to Cultne about her work in black literature. For her, real life is not enough for her. Literature and theater do not exist simply to show what the world is like. The writer and actress Cristiane Sobral was born in 1974 and moved to Brasília in 1990, where eight years later she would become the first black woman to complete the Theater Interpretation course at the University of Brasília (UnB).
Black Anthology 2011 - Literature
Lancement en novembre 2011 de la collection "Littérature et descendance afro au Brésil: anthologie critique", organisée par le professeur Eduardo de Assis Duarte, de la Faculté des lettres de l'Université fédérale de Minas Gerais (UFMG), La collection rassemble, en quatre volumes, une série d'essais et des références biographiques et bibliographiques sur une centaine d'écrivains, de l'époque coloniale à nos jours. Grâce à la collaboration de 61 chercheurs de 21 universités brésiliennes et de six universités étrangères, la collection cherche à organiser la réflexion académique actuelle encore dispersée sur le sujet.