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dericacolewash | Derica Cole Washington | because we’re both #cancers and possibly distant kin 
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horoscope today says: remember those that your work serves. Remember how the work might be helpful once it gets out in the world. Remember that if you want to make an impact there are things that you have to put up with. Like hours that won’t stretch themselves. Like days that are too short. Like weeks that are too long. Like things going wrong.
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because we’re both and possibly distant kin horoscope today says: remember those that your work serves. Remember how the work might be helpful once it gets out in the world. Remember that if you want to make an impact there are things that you have to put up with. Like hours that won’t stretch themselves. Like days that are too short. Like weeks that are too long. Like things going wrong. 🖤💙

dericacolewash | Derica Cole Washington | “The Idea of Black Film” 
Finished reading Michael Boyce Gillespie’s book (and dope Gary Simmons cover art!) last week and went to “Dimensions in Black” - Perspectives on Black Cinema Tuesday hosted by  @filmquarterly and @filmlinc excellent conversation (hope they recorded it, amazing panel!) I left feeling more motivated in my research on visualizing black bodies and costume design in film 
If you enjoy Wendell B. Harris, Jr.’s 1989 Chameleon Street and Barry Jenkins’s 2008  Medicine for Melancholy, you’ll appreciate Gillespie’s thorough address of these films 
#flightread to Miami for Art Basel 
Currently reading the special dossier that considers issues of blackness and aesthetics within current the scope of film and media culture 
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“The Idea of Black Film” Finished reading Michael Boyce Gillespie’s book (and dope Gary Simmons cover art!) last week and went to “Dimensions in Black” - Perspectives on Black Cinema Tuesday hosted by and excellent conversation (hope they recorded it, amazing panel!) I left feeling more motivated in my research on visualizing black bodies and costume design in film If you enjoy Wendell B. Harris, Jr.’s 1989 Chameleon Street and Barry Jenkins’s 2008 Medicine for Melancholy, you’ll appreciate Gillespie’s thorough address of these films to Miami for Art Basel Currently reading the special dossier that considers issues of blackness and aesthetics within current the scope of film and media culture