Short Film Looks at Atlanta’s Black Creative Class

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Artemus Jenkins in If You Know the Words, Feel Free.”

Afropunk‘s first foray into Atlanta was squelched due to heavy rain, but a handful of indoor events took place, including the screening of the film If You Know the Words, Feel Free, produced by Artemus Jenkins, Sean Fahie, and Karynrose Bruyning. It features a group of Atlanta creatives, ranging from painters and graphic designers to musicians and authors, discussing the challenges and their hopes of finding success in the “Atlanta renaissance.”

Among the artists featured are:

Michi Meko
Fabian Williams
dubelyoo
Miya Bailey
Karen Alise
Theodore McLee
Quianah Upton
Corey Davis
Kevin “Mr. Soul” Harp
Barry Duperon
Vek Neal
Jack Preston
Freako Rico
Tuki Carter
Aleshea Triplett

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