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A Film Documentary by Ogbeni Ayotunde

Feat: Sandra Isadore, Seun Kuti, Baba Ani, Byron McNeish, Holly Bass, Melani N Douglass, Ayo Ngozi, Candace Mickens, Risikat Okedeyi, Matt Miller, Ernesto Mercer & more


29 thoughts on “Felasophy

  1. Reblogged this on Juju Films.

  2. […] #JujuFilms #FelaKuti […]

  3. […] Nations defined by Fela Anikulapo Kuti as “Beast of no nation, egbe ke gbe na bad society” the American proxy for waging war against […]

  4. […] Fela Anikulapo Kuti was brutalized, imprisoned and his 78year old mother Funmilayo Ransome-Kuti, a Women’s Rights activist was tossed out of a second floor window of Fela’s Kalakuta Republic premises by the Nigeria government for their activism. This while the Nigerian population also stood by and watched quietly. […]

  5. […] Ogbeni Ayotunde […]

  6. […] Directed by Ogbeni Ayotunde […]

  7. […] Street Band Water Fela Anikulapo Kuti 3rd annual Black President’s Day […]

  8. […] by Ogbeni Ayotunde & Eme […]

  9. Thank you for following my blog! I saw you’re located in Studio city. We just moved at the end of the summer to N. California (a different culture!). I like what I see here. Thanks for connecting.

    1. Thank you kindly I started out in Studio City (Laurel Canyon & Ventura but working out of Nigeria since 2010. No Cal sure has a different culture, are you close to the Bay area?

      1. The bay area is too expensive and too trafficy (which was one of the reasons am glad to be out of the LA basin) – I needed more space to paint, lol!
        so my kids say/think I live in the boonies:)

    2. Looking forward to a getaway like that myself one day soon, my father lived to be 96 living on a remote farm in Nigeria. I love the Pacific coast, when I want to get lost I get on the PCH and just drive, stopping to take pictures and camp, Santa Cruz, Halfmoon Bay…. I hear junk from the nuclear fallout in Japan is sure to be arriving on the Pacific coast soon, o well just the same don’t think I could afford to live on the coast.

  10. […] Band Keep it together Black President’s Day 2008. A celebration of the life of the legendary Fela Anikulapo Kuti. […]

  11. […] A Multi-Media Performance (Fela Anikulapo Kuti) @ The Smithsonian Institution, National Museum of African Art. A performance by Ayo Ngozi with […]

  12. […] Kalakuta Mozak on Afro Beats & Fela Anikulapo Kuti. […]

  13. […] A Multi-Media Performance Fela Anikulapo Kuti The Smithsonian Institution, National Museum of African Art. A performance by Ayo Ngozi with […]

  14. […] If antisemitism is a crime under the law why isn’t islamophobia. Ogbeni Ayotunde […]

  15. […] Street Band Water Part 2 The 3rd annual Black President’s Day event  (Fela Anikulapo Kuti) A Lil SoSo Production. […]

  16. […] Produced & Directed by Ogbeni Ayotunde […]

  17. […] Directed by Ayotunde […]

  18. […] Directed by Ayotunde […]

  19. […] Ogbeni Ayotunde @ #JujuFilms […]

  20. […] Olusegun Obasanjo back then outsourced the pillaging of Nigeria to his crony and partner in crime MKO Abiola. For word to your ear, listen to “Beast Of No Nation” and “ITT” by the Chief Priest Fela Anikulapo Kuti. […]

  21. […] The Orishas are mad at Nigeria don’t ask me why. – Ogbeni Ayotunde […]

  22. […] Produced by Ogbeni Ayotunde […]

  23. […] 1997 Maj. General Musa Bamayi Chairman of the NDLEA ordered a raid on the Africa Shrine and Fela Anikulapo Kuti’s home, I was arrested in that raid and jailed along with dozens of people including my sister in-law […]

  24. […] Musicologist and Afro beats Pioneer  Lekan Animashaun aka Baba Ani sits down with Juju Films after performing with Seun Anikulapo Kuti and Fela’s Egypt80 @ The […]

  25. […] The brave doctors and nurses in Lagos, the epicenter of the Ebola crisis in Nigeria have been and continue to fight for a better health system and working conditions. You see our politicians would choose to die in a hospital in India, America, Spain, London or Ghana than seek treatment in a hospital in Nigeria.  Ogbeni Ayotunde […]

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