A Lot Like You

A Film by Eliaichi Kimaro

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Reporting from Indiana

March 26, 2015

I’m so honored to be the featured event and speaker for University of Evansville Women’s Her-story Month.  We’re kicking off with a networking lunch with women leaders in the community, followed by a screening/discussion event in the evening.  Tomorrow, I’ll be diving further into my film journey in a Women […]

Joint screenings in Oakland

March 24, 2015

Just wanted to share a few snapshots of our screening events in Oakland, where I partnered with Faith Adiele to show our respective films about our journeys to uncover the cultural roots of our Blackness. Following the screening(s) we engaged our audiences in a more in depth discussions about identity and belonging […]

Maite ~ (8th Grade reviews ALLY)

March 11, 2015

Dear Ms. Kimaro, I really enjoyed your film. I thought it was amazing. All the music and shots were beautiful. I really like the animation in the part about your dad.  I thought it was really creative and helped show the story. The interviews with your aunts were amazing and […]

5 screening events in the Bay Area

March 9, 2015

DOCUMENTING THE DIASPORA: A TANZANIAN-KOREAN & AFRO-VIKING GO HOME Bay Area Circuit May 19-20 2015 Hey San Francisco/Oakland friends, Excited to announce that we have 5 upcoming screening events in 2 days!!! From the Press Release:  “Tanzanian-Korean-American filmmaker/activist Eliaichi Kimaro will be on hand to introduce A LOT LIKE YOU, […]

Documenting the Diaspora Series

March 7, 2015

Isabelle ~ (8th Grade reviews ALLY)

March 4, 2015

What drew me into this movie the most were the stories. They were personal and realistic, and they created a connection between girls, boys, men, and women on opposite sides of the globe. The shocking discoveries and information shared amazed me, but it was the personal side of the movie […]

Filmmaker discusses personal history, identity as queer black woman

February 26, 2015

Eliaichi Kimaro encourages reflection on intersectionality as part of Black Heritage Series By Taneil Ruffin Brown University Brown Daily Herald Senior Staff Writer   “I felt like I had an understanding politically of what it meant . . . to be a queer black woman, but I was grappling with […]

Quinn ~ (8th Grade reviews ALLY)

February 25, 2015

Dear Eli, I really enjoyed your film. Your story was nothing short of inspirational. The fact that you went to such great lengths to get to know your Tanzanian background is incredible, and I have a tremendous amount of respect for you and your family. Your father’s journey from childhood […]

Thoughts on Blackness, Identity & The Power of Story

February 24, 2015

Today, I found an article in Salon about Jessica WIlliams that inspired the piece below.  I thought I might use it to frame my talk at Brown University this evening…but then upon arriving, we decided to change the format, opting for a more  intimate conversation about my film journey.  So […]

Brown University lecture

February 18, 2015

Next week at Brown University, I will be examining our film journey through the lens of race, culture & identity. From their event listing: Eliaichi Kimaro is a social justice activist and award-winning documentary film maker of Tanzanian and Korean descent. Eliaichi Kimaro is also the founder/director of 9elephants productions, a […]

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