Nobody Knows My Name

NR, 57 min. Directed by Rachel Raimist.

REVIEWED By Marjorie Baumgarten, Thu., Nov. 9, 2000

This documentary examines the story of women in hip-hop and how their self-expression has been marginalized in this male-dominated subculture. Some of the film’s interviewees include Asia One, Leschea, DJ Symphony, Lisa, T-Love, and Medusa. Rachel Raimist will be present for a Q&A. (The film previously played Austin during the SXSW Film Festival.

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Nobody Knows My Name, Rachel Raimist

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