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Art and Resistance [ 9 ]

New Video: Water is Life

New Video: Water is Life

B Media attended a hip-hop inspired youth pow wow at the Gathering of Nations in New Mexico this past April. See what drumming, breakdancing, and a culture of creative resistance have to do with the current struggle for water rights plaguing the Navajo nation.

If you’re going to San Francisco…

If you’re going to San Francisco…

B Media on the road! Check us out with Video CHAMBA in San Francisco 8pm Thursday January 27th at ATA GAllery 992 Valencia st. And keep an eye out for more details for our trip to the Bay Area.

La Cultura Underground– A B Media Collective Original

La Cultura Underground– A B Media Collective Original

Underground Culture follows independent street musicians through the subway system of modern day Venezuela. Focusing on their effort to unite and form a collective to legally play on the Metro cars, it discusses their project within the context of a society 10 years after the socialist revolution of Chavez. Through improvised songs, discussions with Metro officials, and interviews with Metro passengers and rappers alike, the film provides insight into the nature of modern day Venezuela and the pockets of independent underground culture that have developed in recent years.

Revolutionizing the Revolution– A Bmedia Original

Revolutionizing the Revolution– A Bmedia Original

It’s official! Tiuna el Fuerte: Revolutionizing the Revolution, a Bmedia original we shot in Venezuela is here on your very own computer… So check check it!

Revolutionizing the Revolution is a documentary short following the hip-hop collective Tiuna el Fuerte, a local community collective that uses art, music and culture to transform the barrio of El Valle in Caracas, Venezuela. Situated on an old parking lot they developed into a cultural park using reclaimed materials, Tiuna el Fuerte now hosts a hip-hop school, a youth orchestra, a mobile community radio, and serves as an example for an alternative space for the community. The space is a “nucleus of endogenous cultural development,” exemplifying the concept of local development of the people, for the people, by the people that finds its roots in modern day Venezuela.