Blacklanderz Convos! Outlander S4 Epi4 – Common Ground Written by Joy Blake | Directed by Ben Bolt This conversation is between Blacklanderz Helina, Ayana and Vida. Arranged and edited by Vida. V: It was interesting that they had the title card with the episode title first, before the writer and director. A: This is my favorite title card this season. It harkens me back to episode … Continue reading Blacklanderz Convos! Outlander S4 Epi4
Blacklanderz Convos! Outlander S3 Epi7 – Crème de Menthe Directed by Norma Bailey Written by Karen Campbell Michelle: Interesting title card. I didn’t understand what it was until the end. This conversation is between Blacklanderz Helina and Michelle. Edited by Vida. CARFUFFLE | CARITAS | DECEPTIONS | EXCISED | UP IN SMOKE Helina: Starting again what you once believed to be a closed chapter can … Continue reading Blacklanderz Convos! Outlander S3 Epi7
Wil Johnson made his American debut when his character, Joe Abernathy, stepped onto the screen in Outlander S3 Epi 3, All Debts Paid. Being the first Black (‘Negro’) male in Harvard Medical School’s anatomy class and Claire Randall, being the first female, the two quickly became confidants and forged a lasting friendship. There are interviews of Wil discussing specific scenes from Outlander and even one that found … Continue reading Outlander | Blacklanderz Interview with Wil Johnson: Insight into Dr. Joe (EXCLUSIVE)
Blacklanderz Convos! Outlander S3 Epi3 – All Debts Paid Directed by Brendan Maher Written by Matthew B. Roberts This conversation is between Blacklanderz Helina and Erica. Edited by Vida – she also interrupts here and there. COMPROMISES | DESOLATION | HARDSHIP | PRISONERS | NEW BEGINNINGS Helina: The art of compromise is not something so easily reached, especially when Claire and Frank cannot see … Continue reading Blacklanderz Convos! Outlander S3 Epi3
Yes, we are a real group of people, as we mention on our website, and now it’s time to hear from some of us and see who we are! When we created the blog and website several months ago, the purpose was to get more Black people (as well as others) to watch intellectual television shows, such as Outlander – see About for more information. Although … Continue reading Blacklanderz™ Speak!