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The Black Foxes
The Black Foxes is an international collective of unapologetically Black cyclists reclaiming the freedom and joy of the outdoors. On their first anniversary in June 2021, The Black Foxes gathered to celebrate, reflect and envision the road ahead. Due to the state of the world in 2020, for many of them it was the first-time meeting in person.
US 2021 Dir B. Monét 15 min
There’s no team quite like L39ION of Los Angeles. Borne from a brotherhood intent on shaking up the cycling scene and creating meaningful change, they’re a team packed full of individuality, but united in more ways than one. Founded by Justin and Cory Williams, intent on driving diversity and inclusion in the sport, the team now boasts three sets of siblings, including Skylar and Samantha Schenider, plus Kendall and Alexis Ryan. Featuring some home footage and thoughts on the team’s future, this film is an intimate look into the start of their cycling careers and the unique, unspoken closeness that shared experience brings.
US 2022 US 18 min
King of the Mountains
On the Horn of Africa, with around 5 million people lies the enigmatic country of Eritrea. How has this small, multi-cultural nation dominated the continent of African cycling … and produced the first Black African cyclists to finish the mighty Tour de France? This is the story of Daniel Teklehaimanot and the giants of Eritrean cycling.
South Africa 2017 Dir James Walsh 30 min
Film running-time: 63 min
Full programme running-time: 90 min
About the Curator: Ephraim Webber
Since completing the Barbican’s Emerging Film Curators Lab, Ephraim Webber has gone on to become the film curator and programmer at Bernie Grant Arts Centre, in Tottenham, North London. Ephraim also hosts and moderates Q&As and panel discussions at the ICA, Genesis cinema, and the Egg nightclub in King’s Cross.
Previously he worked as former editor of Bible Graphotism, and as a freelance music, fashion and film writer for style magazines and TV.
Explore the rest of this five-part cinema programme curated by up-and-coming film curators and teams who all took part in the second Emerging Film Curators Lab at the Barbican in June 2022.