Radiclani Clytus is an academic and independent filmmaker who works at the intersections of new media and nineteenth-century American literature and visual culture. He has written extensively on transatlantic abolitionist imagery and is the editor of two compilations of prose by Pulitzer Prize–winning poet Yusef Komunyakaa: Blue Notes (2000) and Condition Red (2017). As a documentary filmmaker, Clytus has received commissions from Luhring Augustine, Steinway & Sons, and the United States National Park Service. His first film, Looks of a Lot, premiered at the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden and his latest feature, Grammar, explores the interdisciplinary language of creative expression. He is the principal of RoundO Films.
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