Floyd Webb

Listen to our podcast conversation with Floyd Webb, filmmaker and founder/curator of Blacknuss.tv.

Rashid Bahati presents his conversation with Floyd Webb, a filmmaker and founder/curator of Blacknuss.tv. We discuss Floyd’s extensive experience in the film industry, which including being the associate producer of the award-winning film Daughters of the Dust (1992), directed by Julie Dash. He was also the Chicago producer of the American Masters film, The World of Nat King Cole (2006).

In our conversation, Floyd shares his journey in the film industry and the challenges that he faced as a Black filmmaker. We also chat about his work as a producer and consultant on several documentaries, including the 50th Anniversary of The March, directed by John Akomfrah of UK-based Smoking Dogs Films and co-produced by Robert Redford’s Sundance Productions.

Floyd’s dedication to showcasing the richness and diversity of African-American culture through his platform, Blacknuss.tv, is truly inspiring. We delve into the importance of representation in the media and the impact it has on shaping our perception of ourselves and our communities. This interview is an important look at the intersection of film, culture and history.

Noir 360 is a series of podcast conversations celebrating international Black filmmaking in all its diversity, hosted by Rashid Bahati.

Featured image courtesy of Floyd Webb.

  • A poster of the 2024 AVP Summit, which took place in Reggio Calabria, Italy.
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