It’s all in one, a short film that unshelters the intrinsic power that women possess, the journey to becoming a conscious, mettlesome woman unfazed of her sexuality. ‘I Bring What I love’ is a retrospective film that explores an African woman’s journey to freedom, one heavily marred by the society she finds herself and the issues within, she undergoes a ritual procession after which she is reborn into a fearless being.
Tàtásè Culture presents a film that explores the themes of the celebration of African womanhood, diversity, textures, fabric of femininity, spirituality, design, craft, ritual, sound amongst others.
The title ‘I Bring What I love’ is in reference to the garments by Tàtásè Culture that involves diverse fabric and textiles drawn from diverse parts of Africa to make them. A process the designer, Tàtásè Griot described via her Instagram (@tatase__) as “weaving Africa together”.
A Shaun Kalu Film For Tàtásè Culture
Styling: Stephen Tayo
Creative Direction/Design: Tàtásè Griot
Models: Adun Osilowo, Adele Kanyinsola, Omolara Ikoli, Adedoyin Somuyiwa and Aminat Otaki
Location manager:Kelechi naba