Cultural Anthology POSTSCRIPT & Friends on Narratives of the Black Experience through print, film, and conversation with founders Chinasa Chukwu & Elvira Vedelago, in conversation with one of their Muses, Singer Anaïs & filmmaker Remi Laudat
POSTSCRIPT is a cultural anthology bringing together the multiplicity of perspectives of socially engaged and critical thinking women. A cross between a newspaper and an academic journal, we aim to produce inspiring and informative content reframing women of culture in contemporary conversations. The publication focuses on a single theme per issue and features in-depth articles and essays, interviews and contributions from inspiring modern women. Released bi-annually, readers can expect to find topics relating to art and culture, alongside editorials and original works of artistic expression.
Anaïs is a inger-songwriter who combines soulful vibes and dreamy pop. The French artist, of Senegalese origin, is gathering media attention for her emotive and soul-stirring songs including Nina inspired by Nina Simone, and on March 13 she released her debut EP Before Zero
Remi Laudat is a Director and Filmmaker. His short movie Mi o le kú (2019) recently received official selection at Buenos Aires International Film Festival, Hollywood Film Festival and Abuja International Film Festival, and won Best Foreign Short Film at the Kapowiff Film Festiva.