Jeneé Osterheldt wrote an amazing piece contextualizing the film into our current racial atmosphere, one still rife with black face parties and ignorance. Give it a read.
Colorlines did a great profile of the project and my intersectional approach for acceptance and self-identity. I'm very excited to be included in their coverage!
photo by Dorothy Hong for Barnard Magazine
Read this great write-up from Barnard Magazine about the film and my background. Glad to know my alma mater appreciates my work!
Thank you to BK Reader for the article and video interview! Read and watch it here: Carrie Hawks’ Award-Winning Short Film ‘black enuf*’ is a Quest for Acceptance and Identity
I was interviewed on KCUR's Central Standard show hosted by Gina Kaufmann. We spoke for about 45 minutes about race, acceptance, and who gets to decide if you're black enuf (Spoiler alert: my blackness isn't subject to your approval). Folks called in and shared their stories.
AfroPunk featured my work and film. Take a look at the article: Filmmaker Carrie Hawks talks about her racial perception-based art.
Malika Lee Whitney + Co-Host Marcia Pendelton of The Untitled Show on WBAI 99.5 in New York had me as their guest to chat about the film. We touched on gender identity too. Take a listen on their archives, May 9th show.
Black Girl Nerds wrote a great review of the film and the entire BlackStar Film Festival. Check it out and read them for great commentary and coverage.
We in Bristol! The film will screen in Bristol as part of Kiki's film event that centers stories of LGBTQ+ people, in particular BAME communities. (Black Asia and minority ethnic). Thank you to B24/7 for coverage.
Read my interview with Nicola Rose, filmmaker and puppeteer, about my creative process on her blog series #CreateYourOwnWork.