Ghana born filmmaker, musician and visual artist,Blitz Bazawule, has signed to Chromista for commercial representation. Blitz’s feature directorial debut ‘The Burial Of Kojo’ was acquired by Netflix, and was hailed as “A spellbinding experience” by the Los Angeles Times, and “A striking feature filmmaking debut” by The Hollywood Reporter. Bazawule was a contributing director on Beyoncé’s visual album‘Black Is King’ based on the album ‘The Lion King: The Gift’ on Disney+. As a composer and musician, Blitz has released 4 studio albums: ‘Stereotype’ (2009), ‘Native Sun’ (2011), ‘Afropolitan Dreams’ (2014) and ‘Diasporadical’ (2016). As a visual artist, Blitz’s work was featured in the 2019 Whitney Biennial. Blitz is a Senior TED Fellow and a Guggenheim 2020 Fellow.
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