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he was safety presidential medal of freedom in 2937 u. s. d w. news, you'll find out more information on our web shot. we found a d, w dot com. ah, it took a bit of turkish tv series or soft power and to help spread turkish culture and language banjo you go. oh so you get upset with just so much with ah, pilcher is powerful. it shapes the way we see the worlds and introduces us to new
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ones. from the movies and the series we watch. oh, oh yeah. wow. what was that? the books we read the video games. we play the art that makes us stop and think close to the music we listen to today. the balance of pop coaches power has shifted to reflect on multi polar world . okay. comes from all corners of the globe. kids everywhere from puerto rico, to saudi arabia grow up, watching japanese animate grown up versions or international books off his head. now don't be free and master. an even bigger drawer is bollywood. the indian?
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hindi language film industry based in mom buy bollywood is the world's largest producer of films. and over the last 20 years the whole world has fallen hard for its charms with stars such as shah rukh con. now household names heading further east recent years have also seen a global craze for south korean culture. one day it began with tv shows in the early 21st century, then how you the korean wave washed over the world, encompassing everything from online games to cause cosmetics, and consumer electronics. with writing on its crest was of course came home with
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by 2012 at the very latest k pop caught on with western audiences when rapper science single gangnam style went viral. becoming the 1st youtube video to reach 1000000000 views but size success pales in comparison to the biggest sensation from south korea of all time b t s. the group debuted in 2013 and went on to have an meteoric rise to global super stardom. aunt's $21.00 takes a trip around the world to find out which of the pop culture phenomena have transcended borders to broaden the cultural horizons of international audiences. the new afro futurism artists that turning to sign fi and fantasy to explore black culture and identity. we traced the roots of political st out to mexico's famous murals. but 1st, we had to is stumble to discover why turkish t. v is
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a breaking ratings records every laugh from kelly to pakistan. ah, he stand bull is a city with a population of over 15000000 in easement some 100 kilometers away the turkish tv channel t r t is filming the series. the last emperor it's about the life and times of ado hum. in the 2nd, the last powerful ottoman sultan the action begins in 1896. when abdul 100 is fighting on all fronts, against european powers, domestic revolutionaries, and a range of other opponents. fate all want the same thing to bring down his ottoman empire. between a 100 and a 150 minutes a produced each week. soon, 5 seasons will have been shot. the series has been
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a runaway success in turkey, but also in many other countries. bill and t now who plays the sultan, explains what he thinks makes it so popular. triggers this region between the mediterranean, the gene, the middle east of the arab world. oh, inside of as, as in europe, austere other is in asia mix as a bridge between it all through j between ms country has said many civilizations for that we have many different stories and emotions and expressions that can touch people's hearts. one, 0, turkey has become the world's 2nd biggest exporter of tv shows off to hollywood, known as disease. these turkish series have an especially big fan base in pakistan . resurrection air to rule about the founding of the ottoman empire in the 13th century is showing here in this cafe dubbed into or do a lot of the new. oh
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oh oh, it's common for whole families together to watch the turkish series together. this is her to be sure that detail how that was mon dynasty. one of the good of dentistry in history was fond of these type of slamming historical t. v shows are getting a lot of popularity in pakistan, mostly because of we lack this type of content. here are the will q important montez, your letter is and i want my kids to watch the show is because of one character in particular calls. even robbie is, who is a spiritual advisor at a bigger ah, would just a chair that he can see conveys the message of islam. so my 10 year old daughter can understand it. some just that he has said to be exact by using easy language. got our hair bought easy language, but not everybody is such a fan. some critics claim that in these t v dramas,
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history is being falsified for political purposes. they accused the government of turkish president rich up tie up at one of using disease to glorify the ottoman empire and islam while defaming religious minorities and undermining democracy. oh, they say the last emperor is revisionist and historically inaccurate. in 2 seasons of the series, one of the sultan's arch enemies is tad or hetzel, the founder of political zionism, and seem to be the spiritual father of the state of israel. these defeated as a devious and perfidious schema, turkeys regulatory authorities for radio and t. v. do control what can and cannot be filmed. sex is not a out nor on drugs. all swear words go. homosexuality is to bu,
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masculinity and strength. a celebrated them up in ism with human flaw in the heart of the you, the american canal that are currently 7 mainstream channels. so they all struggle with censorship. i think the main problem is that the rules are not clear. rollin to be no one knows what's allowed and what isn't about is out of the normative i'm, if you don't know what might be penalized, you earn the side of caution or writers producers are they start to censor themselves if not more money back if possibly even more strictly the necessary i'm, that's dangerous. if i think you know, one table you're much awkward. he's the producer of sugar pool. the pit, which is about an influential mafia family in a dangerous extendable neighbourhood. it too is popular all over the world. and turkish series and not only popular in pakistan which is largely muslim. but
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also in sheila which is mainly catholic isabel rodriguez purchases turkish series for that she lay in channel t v n. and then ya, would teresa nancy up again? they resonate lots way because the stories are about everyday problems with the they are universal stories and in the it doesn't matter whether they're assessing a tacky and is sample or in santiago, chile. it's so nike. yet these are the topics that speak to women in particular. if i go for an dave and prize the main audience for telling a valid liver, when would these might be shows that features strong women and families collab. but ultimately, it's men who have to say what ada one's turkey is a patriarchal country there's arise and conservatism, not only in turkey, but also the world. and i live are starting to notice. let's get back here. maybe it has reached its, he can, of conservatism is known to against the lost,
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but because these turkish shows are in the way star i like to do other watched by families all over the world. ah, however, these turkeys series are interpreted. they are clearly a breathtaking success. normal shock, a lot of us and again. and their sales are expected to reach over a 1000000000 us dollars in the next 2 years. ah . television drama and soft palla, a reminder that pop culture and politics are inextricably linked. take the growing popularity of affray futurism and artistic movement using the language in aesthetics of science fiction to explore the black experience
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in the art of virus capiro. discarded technology is given. new life. abandoned radios become space, age communication device. thrusting fixed gear bicycles, called black mumbles, are turned into sculptures. it could have been left here by an alien civilization. bureau had been making art for years before a gallery in italy gave it a li, afro future. i didn't know about a full feature that my 1st time to hear. there was not for future a series of eye glasses called c stunners made capiro famous, constructed from crash collected on his travels. there are mash up of different cultural traditions for me after that is up for feature light. it's a combination of different culture. different material will differ from like global
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. but to have something new comfy. you'd be look more awfully. can they live look more asia? no, it's more awful. future kind of a series of pictures from kenyan photographer osborne cherry re imagines kenya's legendary mouse independent fighters as high tech optician who helped overthrown colonialism for much area afo. futurism is about reclaiming an african past either stolen or forgotten. all african countries from the colonized and people didn't get to settle. see that history or see themselves in the history or a lot of that history was not documented or was tied to his models. are those ignored or abandoned by society nairobi. underground fight club
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imagines a math mac style secret society of short factored wards who wanted to do something that has to do with people of short to touch people who have never been documented. or when they're documented, it's always formed a sort of like a point of view of p t. it's like you're teaching them for who they are. and so i wanted to, she could to, to start narrative to comes formed, tupelo shop starter into fighters. heroic images defy the mostly negative view of africa. theme in western media. we do have that issue, but our issues don't want to revolve around poverty. some 90 he wore this, tory that we can tell that sort of give a different perspectives. my whopping owners both be confident. the message will be a boy's perception of africa. with black panther, hollywood finally gave the world a new perspective on africa. people here,
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a movie set in the high tech africa land of what conduct brought out for future them to the main stream. much of the film success with the cost ships. it's designed by oscar winner ruth d card together with black hampton. right. who she envisioned the futuristic african start carter's outfit on display the scad museum of fashion and film in atlanta to buy an african tradition with science fiction. queen armando crowd inspired by traditionals who hat was made on the 3 d printer, female warriors the door and the logic were traditional beating and leather harnesses. similar to those found in the moth, i tried together these outfit. imagine the future for africa, unscarred they call me, you will find the galaxy, the pop star be on thing taps into the vein of afro future them for her visual album. black is king, the 1000000 combining african myth science fiction,
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and the political momentum of the black lives matter movement. she invokes a vision of black culture, both all encompassing and triumphantly female. the another singer bringing afo futurism to the masses is janelle manet artistic, alter ego cindy may weather is a robot who sinned by falling in love, inspired by for the flames. metropolis monet uses android as a stand in for the marginalized and the oppressed, and the tropes, the science fiction, to imagine a future where black and white, queer and straight, and freaks of all varieties come together to part i. i
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a world away from hollywood in boucher nigeria, apple futurism is also taking brute. a new generation of african artists is looking at their own culture from a new angle, comic book artist i you to g mckinney credits, black panther. arc with god before now has been known to be probably a 3rd world country. and then black panther brings it to the forefront as a war to power. that is completely loaded with technology. it was my glory africans everywhere with wow in his comics, but kinda uses sy fi and fantasy to address real world issues of political power, corruption and abuse. lucky lou sat in 2050 ag imagine africa as a world power battling on the global stage alongside china and the u. s. black panther may have brought acro futurism to the mainstream. but mckinney believes the
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next wave of storytelling will be home growth. that won't talk about apropos, chosen if i come into fiction or for quite think technology science fiction is shunt african the taller just african traditions and african culture. the culture denito ologies are more or with jeanette hello. 24 . yeah, because we are more connected to that which spacious modeled on, senegalese fishing, both with a post apocalyptic world inspired by west african folklore. as in bob leon superhero, just some of the comics published by qu golly, media, which brings the best an afro futurist art. and animation to the world. wealth of
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stories in that is absolutely and thing, right? just so much in there. and you can be honest with the all week if it was, you know, get to listen to the stuff. disney is listening. the hollywood giant is backing. he was a fi, fi animated theories crated by who calling detail to plot are still top secret. the 33 you might this up because as fiction story thinking place in the lead goes and going out though that the middle class in the quality of other fields. i'm very careful. yeah, yeah, that's all i can step one up. whether in comics, movies, music, or design, the art of afro futurism combines tradition with imagination to envision a brighter future for africa. and the world time now to look at another movement that presented a powerful vision of the few chap some 100 years ago. we traced the roots of the
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political st. talk now found all over the world to mexican mutinous. m. ah, some images make it into the history that ah, while others even wind up for sale on the arm market like the works of british st artist bank see during the corona virus pandemic, st houses have been spraying their reactions to the current situation. turning the walls of buildings into forums for public discourse. they have their origins in latin america in the history of mexico, around the time of the mexican revolution in the early 20th century, a new art form was born moore. ellis, mon. it picked up on the social demands of the revolution,
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often painted on the walls of public buildings, murals depicted modern mexican valleys. to day, these works hang in a museum in mexico city. in world mommy, he cannot say little nickel. mural ism is the only mexican art movement to achieve international success and remain topical to this day. longer. people still speak about moralists mold, i'm most and blend. it's incredible that in the year 2021, we still have the same messages. it's as if these murals were completely contemporary on them. bought houses as aim was, we see the inequality between the social classes. when are there any barrington? what alleys, murals most moving theme, which has lost none of its power or controversy to this day is the struggle for power. but one of them began with what i'm in the esp luchella's. boyer, the mexican government of that era, turned to the greatest artists of the day, diego rivera, david alford osi carols, and jose clemente oroscoe. they were to convey revolutionary ideas by means of
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public paintings, mexico's pri, hispanic, past all but forgotten during the centuries, the spanish colonial rule returned to the spotlight. this was art, which aimed to change the world. at that time, the majority of mexicans were illiterate. so those who commissioned the works thought people would understand pictures, modem, words, aren't acted as a facilitator at the moment that the ally line bins yonder been dull. this movement also intended to paint the walls of school ladder to introduce children and youths to revolutionary messages. for in that i will, neil is to place one, possess estella manila. ever since then, murals have been you have to convey political statements to the people employed to this very day, whatever's uniform. we have a deep connection to and direct relationship with murals. you know, a lot less. you'll need to call us body this back then mirrorless no, never emancipated itself from the state. many works glorified communist ideals. so in 1924, when public funding was withdrawn, the movement ran out of steam. ah,
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this is the working class neighborhood of colonial doc tourists. in the 1970s, it was quite rundown. in 2014, the mexican government once again commissioned young artists to brighten up the quarter. both of them were elephant murphy, loyally lee's murals, were realised with total creative freedom or use on you and papa level the artist church, your themes by looking around the neighbourhood and painting things that give the people here a sense of belonging on both ambien causes cassandra it's a things that make people proud of their neighborhood channel isn't music, but obviously audible uses as they were in mexico is considered the birthplace of the, of an art movement. from here it spread through the rest of north america and europe before making its way around the world. st. tell it in all its facets is now an integral part of the global aren't seen. large format paintings which cover entire buildings a part of the flare of big city life. events like berlin's mural. fast transform,
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urban centers into open ag galleries. and he, a women don't rank behind their male colleagues. many murals remain political like those which grace the international brave wall project. last february in berlin, this mural was dedicated to it's brazilian women's rights activist, mary ella franklin, a silhouette of her profile. oh, was that oh, possibilities of women chose inside which you can see in all of the small characters. so it's basically about a free human rights also for women, you can be a scientist to can be a musician. you can be a leader is just about free choice. mexico's new new released movement also appreciates freedom of expression and is wary of government propaganda. the brothers mice and apps have already realized major projects commissioned by the
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city, including painting an entire subway station. we met them at a private property in the colonial doctor's neighbourhood, in justice and inequality as still hot topics in mexico. but sometimes there, tackled unconsciously of his, his have been dealt with times, i painted the things that i only later realised, had a message. i wasn't conscious of having put in there they'll and other times there are things hidden away in paintings that you only discover by doing them spanish on the us and up into that they will not have outdoor. this korean daughter was a de la for a mental molasses was but a hymn book, one they've been take one example is the building of the qual, temere metro station bay, which i painted together with my brother. a lay my hand always wanted to paint this emblematic image. are you like the national symbol of the eagle or get swallowing the serpent's indian 40? because we had the feeling that this image exerted a strong influence on society. he was called more only somehow if we did it the
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other way around, back on while i was no longer the eagles, swallowing the serpent, but now more like a fight. last monday, my brother and i have completely different ways of painting the not for my been done with this. and when we have painting the mural together, we needed to understand one another. they put them, it was a battle of ideas. what perceptions and shapes going but they, he asked whether consciously or unconsciously, the mexican st. artists of to day are influenced by their predecessors. a few artists collective still explicitly aim to effect social change like le distola from the mexican state of war, haka. they highlights injustice and take a stand, including for the rights of women in mexico. thanks to me, release mo, their means of expression is now a global cultural phenomenon. it's clearly visible. symbols and images servers mornings protest and food for thought.
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