The Melt Goes On Forever is a portrait of conceptual artist David Hammons. Hammons's socially committed work is celebrated through interviews with outstanding artists, curators and critics, featuring evocative sounds from Marshall Allen, Idris Ackamoor and Shabaka Hutchings, as well as a reading by hip-hop forefather Umar Bin Hassan.
Directed by Harold Crooks and Judd Tully.
Please note: the screening on 28 June will be closed captioned.
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