Previously at the ICA - Films

Nobody Knows My Name + Scene Not Heard

9 Sep 2006

Nobody Knows My Name tells the story of women who are connected by their love for hip-hop music. Documentarian Raimist explores a fascinating and diverse feminist community, which yearns to find a place in a male-dominated subculture that is, in itself, marginalized. Ultimately, Raimist succeeds in empowering these self-actualized women by giving them the voice for which they struggle.

Scene Not Heard seeks to tell the story of these women as they struggle to succeed in a male-dominated industry. Features interviews with Lady B, Schoolly D and Rennie Harris, plus Bahamadia, Ursula Rucker, and current talents such as; the Jazzyfatnastees, Ms. Jade and Lady Alma.

Nobody Knows My Name
USA 1999 Dir Rachel Raimist
58 mins.

Scene Not Heard
USA 2005 Dir Maori Holmes
40 mins.

Presented in collaboration with The Hip-Hop Association.

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