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Zal Sissokho - Musical Meeting Teatro Rival BR - Pt 1

Cultne registered at Rival BR on June 1, 2013 with images and editing by Alexandre Xandão and Filó Filho; and photographic still by Zezinho Andrade the 10th Senegal Independence Party with the participation of several guests, among them the Senegalese musician Zal Sissokho.

Martinho da Vila - "O Nascimento do Samba"

Launch of the book O Nascimento do Samba, written by Martinho da Vila, with illustration by journalist and cartoonist Ikenga. The event took place on August 8, 2013 at the João Nogueira Cultural Center, the Imperator in the Méier neighborhood where it currently hosts the exhibition of Martinho da Vila's 45-year artistic career. Nascimento do Samba is the author's 11th book that has a facet of literature still unknown to the general public. .

Skin Color Party - Soul Music

New and old generations enjoyed soul music at the Cor da Pele party at Renascença Clube.

COLORED EYES, AN ANtheM? - I AM NOT WELL TODAY (Macau) - MAYLA HADALLA & NANDA FELLYX

This song is from 2015, recent for so much life right? I remember writing at home, nothing new, I make music at home every day, sometimes I keep redoing the same music day and day, sometimes months and months and even years and years. But I often make a song and that's it. This was more or less like that, I defined at Sandra's house. She was making some savory cookies in the kitchen and I went to make coffee, a demand from everyone because my coffee is very good, modesty aside!!! As soon as I finished coffee, I started playing.

Isabela Adão by Cultne

In times of social isolation due to the Covid-19 pandemic, a New York and Rio de Janeiro connection took place between Isabela Adão and Filó Filho producing a clip with musical performance by Isabela Adão, singing on the instrumental basis of the song "UN-thinkable - I 'm Ready "by African American singer Alicia Keys.

Afro parade - 80's - Skin Color Party

In 1987, there was the Cor da Pele party promoted by Dom Filó at Renascença Clube, which featured a mixer of black culture, mainly involving black music such as soul, charm, samba, afro, jongo, among other events. There were the Afro groups Alafin Aiyê and Luminidão Negra who performed with their black models.

Clube da Mama - Breast Cancer - 2017

Cultne with images, reporting and editing by Alexandre Dias, Marcia Renault and Filó Filho o Renascença under the command of directors Nanci Rosa and Edileia Sylverio once again held the Clube da Mama event in partnership with Dr. Sandra Gioia, project coordinator in March 18, 2014, celebrating Women's Month with yet another event to fight breast cancer. Renascença has supported the Program since March 2014.

Trio Calafrio & Benguelê - Partido Alto

On April 14, 2012, Cultne recorded the Trio Calafrio show composed by Marquinhos Diniz, Barberinho do Jacarezinho and Luiz Grande. The Benguelê circle takes place every Sunday at Armazém do Pereira in Nilópolis in Baixada Fluminense, in Rio de Janeiro.

111 Shots in the Black Soul

The documentary shows several actions, depoimentos, all the mobilization in protest to the 111 shots fired by the Military Police against five young blacks, in 2015, in the neighborhood of Madureira, in the capital of Rio de Janeiro.

Historian Marcus Vinicius de Oliveira

Historian Marcus Vinicius de Oliveira, Doctoral Student in History at UFF and Graduated in History.

Ricardo Lodi Programe

The program travels through public policies and the academic world.

Lubão, the streetball

In 2007, LUB launched the LUBÃO project for the Street Fest SP - Festival of Street Basketball event, a customized van adapted with a basketball table, making street basketball practice with athletes from the Urban Basketball League itinerant. Lubão was present at the grand final, where approximately 1,500 people were present at the grid competition of Street Basketball during Street Fest SP, which took place on December 15, 2007, at the Pacaembu Gymnasium. Promoted by the Urban Basketball League - LUB, the event counted on the presence of about 200 athletes, battle of MCs, performance of DJs and presentations of the B.Boys of the Organized Hip Hop Movement of Brazil (MH2O). Nelson Triunfo, a living legend of Hip Hop, interacted with the public, showing all his wiggling and showing his trademark black power hair.

Olodum Carnival - Madagascar and Egypt

Enugbarijô and Vik and Adauto recorded the Olodum parade at the carnival in Salvador in the 1980s with the themes of Madagascar and Egypt. Among the various participants, highlights for Margareth Menezes and composer Rey Zulu led the party at Pelourinho.

"Marielle Present - I am because we are" - TEASER

The deaths of Marielle Franco and Anderson Gomes complete a year on March 14, 2019 and a series of demonstrations take place in Brazil and worldwide. Cultne presents his audiovisual work honoring Marielle Franco and her legacy. With the direction of Filó Filho, the film "Marielle Present - I am because we are" traces a look at the black female militancy that embraced Marielle's legacy in yet another form of struggle. Many Marielles were born after her death, making respect for human rights a reality and opening new ways to combat inequalities in our country. TITLE Marielle Present - I am because we are TIME 8m: 45s DIRECTION Filó Filho & Pedro Oliveira IMAGES Mario Elena Filó Filho Pedro Oliveira INTERNET IMAGES Record TV PHOTOGRAPHS Jorge Ferreira Renata Souza (collection) EDITION Filó Filho Pedro Oliveira PRODUCTION Cultne Collection MUSIC Final Reckoning - Asher Fulero Bata Nippon - Alabe Ketujazz Ijexá Gnawa - Alabe Ketujazz Extinction Level Event - Jingle Punks THANKS Glaucus Linx World Social Forum MNU - Unified Black Movement Mandate of Dep. Renata Souza

Awurê en Bahía - En la ruta de la Samba de Roda

The trip along the Rota do Samba de Roda presented us with incredible encounters, profound knowledge and unforgettable stories, but above all it nourished us with lessons that we will take with us for a lifetime. We literally drank at the source, with humility, seriousness and great devotion to the Masters and Masters who, during every day of our journey through Salvador, the Recôncavo and the Sertão, touched us with the simplicity of the grandeur that lives in these ladies and sambadeiros. At the front, we have an ancestral commitment to watch over, present and spread the origins of Samba de Roda as it was passed on to us. Live the samba de roda, live the Bahian Recôncavo, Bahia and the samba!! Awure for you.

Tambores de Arrozal

Tambores de Arrozal é um documentário idealizado por um grupo de documentaristas cariocas, produzido pela Produzcultura, com direção de Carlos Junior e produção executiva de Eufrate Almeida, que relata a cultura do Jongo. Tradição enraizada no povo arrozalense, grande parte, descendente dos povos africanos, trazidos como cativos para agricultura da região conhecida como Vale do Café. Com objetivo de reconhecer a significância dos praticantes do jongo arrozalense, como protagonista de sua história, o documentário debruçou-se sobre o conteúdo, com narrativa e formação de rodas de jongo, em planos cinematográficos, para imortalizar em registro digital, a resistência das práticas culturais de seus ancestrais, no cultivo de suas raízes e incentivar as novas gerações, para darem continuidade à cultura do jongo, como herança histórica da região.

Programa Rafael Mike

Cultne on TV program presented by Carlos Alberto Medeiros, aired on October 19, 2019 on TV Alerj with guest singer and songwriter Rafael Mike.

NATIONAL SECTORAL PLAN FOR BLACK CULTURE: Continuities and ruptures

Pedro Neto - Initiated at Ilé Àse Pàlepà Màrìwò Sessu – SP; Social scientist; cultural producer; documentary maker and visual artist. Director of Àgò Lònà. Lindivaldo Junior (Afro Junior) - Graduated in History, Postgraduate in Cultural Policy and Management, Master in State, Government and Public Policy at FLACSOS. @juniorlindivaldoafro Francisco das Chagas - Professor of History, researcher of Afro-Brazilian arts, cultural activist, coordinator of Mocambo Cultural, member of Rede Amazônia Negra. Mother Beth de Oxun - Priestess of African origin, Iyalorixá do Terreiro Ilê Axé Oxun Karê, Coordinates the Coco de Umbigada Culture Point.

Chat with Lica - Gabriel Moura

In this first episode, Lica Oliveira interviews the singer, composer and musical director Gabriel Moura.

I'm in the collection - Reppolho

Tô no Acervo - Me percussionist, singer, composer, researcher and writer, Reppolho. Since his childhood in Olinda, Pernambuco, he lived surrounded by the sound of the magic drums of the Candomblé terreiros, beside his mother, daughter of saint. He became a great percussionist, known in Brazil and abroad for accompanying MPB exponents such as Johnny Alf, Gilberto Gil, Milton Nascimento, Gal Costa, João Bosco, Nana Caymmi, Paulo Moura, Elza Soares, Tim Maia, Pepeu Gomes, Baby from Brazil, Elba Ramalho and Moraes Moreira, among others. He also accompanied Deborah Blando and was the singer's partner in the song "Unique", which received the Golden Record as the theme for the soap opera "A indomada" in 1998. From the 80's onwards, he developed a new language in Brazilian percussion with a scenic posture in the stage, translating the entire drum tradition into an urban dialect.

Tribute to Januário Garcia

Januário Garcia was a Brazilian photographer. With extensive work in the areas of advertising, music and documentation of Afro-descendants in the social, political, cultural and economic spheres, Januário participated in important spaces of memory, art and culture of black people, in addition to the professional sphere.

Rio Axé Abdias

Participation by Abdias Nascimento and Lea Garcia in Rio Axé at the Rio Axé Festival held on February 20, 1984 at the Cecília Meireles room in Rio de Janeiro.

Molejo group at Arlindinho's birthday

Cultne recorded with images and editing by Filó Filho, Mario Elena, Alexandre "Xandão" Dias and an interview with Marcia Renault on November 26, 2017, Arlindinho's birthday at Renascença Clube with the participation of Dhema, Balacobaco, Revelação, Molejo and RDN.

Seminar on Memories and Legacies - Lelia Gonzalez - UERJ

"Memories and Legacies Seminar" about the historical activist Lelia Gonzalez held at UERJ. The course included cultural, historical, religious and social aspects of blacks in Africa and the Diaspora, going through slavery and protest movements in Brazil, up to the history of the Brazilian black movement, including the quilombolas, and the social indicators of the black population in Brazil.

Vera Passos - Gira & Casa das Pretas

Gira - Circularities of Diasporic African Dances with dancer Vera Passos at Casa das Pretas. Cultne recorded the dance workshop with images and editing by Filó Filho and Alexandre Dias. Gira is a series of activities in the format of studies and research on African diasporic dances carried out at Casa das Pretas and aims to spread and work on the female body history, identity and sensory. Its goal is to awaken self-esteem, especially among black women.

Tribute to Markin New Charm

Cultne recorded the Tribute to Marcos Jose da Silva, better known as Markin New Charm, DJ, producer and choreographer murdered at the age of 52 on December 11, 2013 in Cabo Frio, municipality of the state of Rio de Janeiro. Markin New Charm was one of the forerunners of the Charm Movement in the 1980s.

Café com Amor: Closing cycles

Café com Amor: Closing cycles

Transatlanticity - Malick ZANE - Portuguese Version

Professor Malick Kane from Senegal was in Brazil in September 2017, giving lectures on Transatlanticity: on the African Burial Ground New York and the Gorée Memorial project in Senegal, toured the states of Rio de Janeiro, Minas Gerais, Salvador and Rio Grande do Sul. Malick is deputy–commissioner for the Goree Memorial Project, recorded an interview for CULTNE.

Tribute to Bob Marley

Robert Nesta Marley, better known as Bob Marley1 (Nine Mile, February 6, 1945—Miami, May 11, 1981), was a Jamaican singer, guitarist, and songwriter, the best known reggae musician of all time, famous for popularize the genre. Marley has sold over 75 million records. Most of his work dealt with the problems of the poor and downtrodden. Through his music, he brought the Rastafarian movement and its ideas of peace, brotherhood, social equality, environmental preservation, liberation, resistance, freedom and universal love to the world.

Movie clubs

This time, Luiz Orlando appears in a statement recorded in 2004 about the film club experience in the 1980s. In his company are Jeane Costa, Déa, Serginho Zumbi and Lazinho do Olodum.

Show by Raimundo Sodré - Skin Color

Show by Raimundo Sodré at the Cor da Pele party - Recorded at Renascença Clube in 1986. Singer and songwriter Raimundo Sodré is one of the most wronged artists in the Northeast. He had his career somewhat aborted. After achieving a national breakthrough, in 80, with the song A Massa and LP of the same name, he did not score any more. Thus, he diluted his projection within the Brazilian Popular Music (MPB).

ADACI Brasil - Edna Rodrigues

ADACI - African Diaspora Ancestral Commemoration Institute - is a non-profit organization, located in the North American Capital, Washington, DC since June 19, 1992. The commemoration in Brazil took place on May 11, 2016 at the Ocupação do Palácio Capanema, with mural history of the trajectories of Navios Negreiros, reflection and debates on racism that since its ancestry is still strongly present in Brazil, as well as the granting of the Making Advance to Race award to Asfilófio de Oliveira and Carlos Alberto Medeiros.

Debate Racial Question - Pt 6

The program was recorded in 1988 on the program Radial Filó by Dom Filó, having been broadcast daily from 1 pm to 3 pm on the extinct TV Rio, in Rio de Janeiro.

Eu sinto saudade dela

Music video for the song "Eu Somos saudade ela" by Nego Alvaro recorded at Cultne's studio, in Rio de Janeiro, with the participation of Xande de Pilares.

Clube da Mama - Breast Cancer - 2017

Cultne with images, reporting and editing by Alexandre Dias, Marcia Renault and Filó Filho o Renascença under the command of directors Nanci Rosa and Edileia Sylverio once again held the Clube da Mama event in partnership with Dr. Sandra Gioia, project coordinator in March 18, 2014, celebrating Women's Month with yet another event to fight breast cancer. Renascença has supported the Program since March 2014.

We are all Claudia !!

Public act “Somos tod @ s Cláudia” organized by the Black Movement and other entities on the last April 5th, 2014 in Madureira, northern zone of Rio de Janeiro. Protesters protested the genocide and neglect of the black population in Rio de Janeiro.

Black Lives Matter - Act "Stop killing us"

In view of the increase in the number of murders caused by the police in Rio de Janeiro, several collectives that integrate the Movement of favelas in Rio held on the afternoon of May 31, 2020, the act "Vidas Negras Importam". The demonstration is in protest by the people killed only in this pandemic period.

Tichina Arnold - Everyone hates Chris

Cultne with images and editing by Filó Filho and a report by Carlos Medeiros interviewed on February 16, 2013 the American actress Tichina Arnold, Rochelle from the TV series "Everybody Hates Chris" (Everyone hates Chris). Tichina came to Brazil as a guest of the carnival in Rio and Salvador.

National Samba Day - Velha Guarda da Portela

With images of Ebugbarijô by Ras Adauto and Vik Birkbeck and Cor da Pele - CP Prodó by Filó Filho and Carlos Alberto Medeiros, the Cultne Collection celebrates the National Samba Day with images of the Old Guard of Portela. Formed by former members of the Portela samba school (founded in 1923), Velha Guarda debuted on disk in 1970, with "Portela Passado de Glória", produced by Paulinho da Viola.

CAPOEIRA AND STREETBALL

In 2005, LUB visited the São Martinho institution in Lapa in Rio de Janeiro. The athletes Pedro Ivo and Leandro Discreto interacted with the street children served by the institution. In the opportunity they were able to get to know streetball better along with capoeira practiced on the spot.