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But either way, the story of Abebe Bekila – the barefooted Ethiopian man who stunned the world by winning Olympic gold in Marathon at the 1960 games in Rome – is one to be told and in this regard the movie is doing a superb job.
I really hope it will get the recognition it deserves in the coming year.
Her work ‘Untitled 1’ sold for $US1,0022,500 at Sotheby’s in 2010.
Her collection of semiabstract works displayed at the Guggenheim was inspired by “a multitude of sources, including historical photographs, urban planning grids, modern art, and graffiti, and explores the intersections of power, history, dystopia, and the built environment, along with their impact on the formation of personal and communal identities.” I have my fingers crossed this will be the first Ethiopian film that will win the Oscars.
The most notable in 2010 was the film’s premiere in Los Angeles on Monday, September 13th, honoring the late Teshome H.
He is an ambassador for UNICEF, co-founder of the Harlem Eat Up!
Reviewers have compared Meklit’s voice to that of the legendary singer Nina Simone.
“Once you hear her smooth and silky voice it will be hard to forget it,” NPR’s Allison Keyes reported.
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Gerima, an Ethiopian director and screenwriter who has lived here since the 1970s in what he calls self-exile, that subject is not just an academic concern: it is also what motivates him to make films with African and African-American themes.” Personally for me though, there has never been such an accurate, honest, insightful and simply well-made film about the Ethiopian experience abroad and in the homeland.