Black Bourgeois Panther

Killmonger faces off with T'Challa.

The spectacle surrounding ‘Black Panther’ is more progressive than the film itself.

Seattle Socialists Resurrect Fred Hampton

Fred Hampton speaks at a Chicago Black Panther Rally in 1969

On Monday at the Grand Illusion, the group is screening a 1971 documentary about the Black Panther leader who was gunned down by the police in 1969.

K Ishibashi and Densho’s Day of Remembrance

K Ishibashi

Musician and filmmaker K Ishibashi retraced the natural settings and epic logistics required to jail 120,000 Japanese Americans in just a few months in 1942, after President Roosevelt signed Executive Order 9066.

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“Hunt and Gather” by Moon Palace

Moon Palace’s new video looks like a big-budget short film from the wilds of the Olympic Peninsula, all billowing fabrics, emerald-green light and moss-covered revelation.

Ross McMeekin’s new Hollywood noir, Tint Dance Festival, Tenderfoot’s record release, a BDSM opera, early David Lynch shorts, Band Crush and more

Kat Larson, “standing rock (they pray for the others to soften their hearts),” 2016 archival inkjet print on moab paper

Tuesday, Feb. 6 Ross McMeekin: The Hummingbirds Book Launch Ross McMeekin, editor of Spartan, debuts his novel The Hummingbirds, a tale of classic Hollywood noir and longing for connection in a power-and-beauty obsessed town—you know, something Lana Del Rey would enjoy. McMeekin has previously published in Virginia Quarterly Review, Tin House’s Open Bar, City Arts and… Continue reading Ross McMeekin’s new Hollywood noir, Tint Dance Festival, Tenderfoot’s record release, a BDSM opera, early David Lynch shorts, Band Crush and more