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Seye Isikalu’s short film SKINNY JEANS explores black masculinity

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Seye Isikalu is London based photographer with a passion for telling stories of black
men who’re learning to let themselves live with their walls down. Through
narratives, interviews and poetry, Seye takes us on a journey on the wide spectrum
of black masculinity, the freedom in black men being free and able to engage with
each other, and the way the world engages with them which in turn affects the
wider community.

https://www.instagram.com/p/BQfsHMAF1aQ/?taken-by=seyeisikalu

This experience which he is chronicling in his film: skinny jeans is still in
production but you can catch clips of it on his instagram @seyeisikalu. You can also
contribute to his gofundme account to help him raise money to see the project
through at gofundme.com/skinny-jeans- film.

 

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