This week a Fubiz TV selection mixing pop culture, with some international TV stars such as Ellen DeGeneres and a focus on the worldwide acclaimed series Black Mirror. A preview on the new documentary-series about Barack Obama, on the new Shepard Fairey exhibition and on the new short-movie by The Weeknd.
To present the third season of Black Mirror, Netflix produced a false advertisement for a binge watching platform. The marketing strategy perfectly fits with the series theme : dangers of high-technology.
Shepard Fairey, well known for his fashion brand Obey and his street-art artworks, opened a new exhibition in Hong Kong called “Visual Disobedience”. It is the biggest retrospective about the artist with more than 290 works. Moreover, he invades city’s walls highlighting the difficult relation between Hong Kong and China.
The Weeknd reveled « M A N I A », a song from their last album Starboy, released on November 25. This strong 11 minutes film by Grant Singer, highlights four new unknown songs. After False Alarm and Starboy, with M A N I A, The Weeknd affirms a very powerful visual universe.
The famous american TV star Ellen DeGeneres received the Liberty medal, the highest civil honor in the USA. In his last presidential months, Barack Obama is honoring some others important public personalities with this symbol.
After First Date and Hope!, Barack Obama inspired a new Netflix series, Barry. This biographic tv show will highlight Barack Obama young years. A series by Vikram Ghandi, already presented as a premiere at the Toronto Festival. The president is embodied by Devon Terrell. Released on December 16, 2016.