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The Name I Call Myself

Rejecting a catch-all definition of blackness while cast across two-screens, The Name I Call Myself unpicks multifaceted LGBTQ identities within the local black British diaspora. References to Audre Lorde and W.E.B. Du Bois’s idea of double consciousness permeate the film, inviting viewers to interrogate multiplicities of Black identity.

Director

Rhea Dillon

Country

United Kingdom

Year

2019

Premiere

World Festival Premiere

Dialogue Language

English

Primary Contact

Rhea Dillon

Production company