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Bentley Brown

Bentley Brown is a filmmaker and musician with research interests in language and the technological mediation of memory. His fiction and nonfiction films deal largely with the psychology of cross-cultural migration and identity, particularly in his childhood home of Chad, and later experiences in Sudan, Saudi Arabia, and the United States.
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  • Aug 10 2020

    66 – A Bentley in Chad w/ Bentley Brown

    Abbas Wahab chats with Bentley Brown (Filmmaker/Creator) about growing up as a white kid in Chad, working as an election monitor and interning for Jimmy Carter, the recent explosion in Beirut, obvious white privilege, and monitoring an election in Sudan.
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