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dream hampton

American filmmaker, writer & organizer from Detroit, MI; Executive Producer of Lifetime network's "Surviving R. Kelly"; Author of NY Times "The Heartbreak of Kanye West"; Executive Producer of HBO-acquired film "It's A Hard Truth Ain't It", co-directed by Madeleine Sackler in Indiana Pendelton Correctional Facility; Collaborations: musician John Legend, artist Molly Crabapple, and Color of Change.

Executive produced for Lifetime Television | Copyright 2018.

Executive produced for Lifetime Television | Copyright 2018.

dream hampton is a writer, award winning filmmaker, and organizer from Detroit, MI. Her most recent work, “Surviving R. Kelly” - executive produced for Lifetime Television, hampton exposes the controversial sex machine cultivated by R&B Superstar R. Kelly. Shot in 2018, the six-part documentary series is set to air on Lifetime on Thursday, January 3, 2019 at 9pm ET/PT, Friday, January 4, 2018 at 9pm ET/PT, and Saturday, January 5, 2018 at 9pm ET/PT.

Other Works

hampton’s articles and essays have been published in more than a dozen anthologies and in The Village Voice, The Detroit News, Spin, Essence, NPR and Harper’s Bazaar. She collaborated with Shawn “Jay Z” Carter on the 2010 New York Times bestseller, “Decoded”.

A 2014 Film/Theatre Kresge Fellow, hampton's film credits include: Director: "Treasure: From Tragedy to Transjustice, Mapping a Detroit Story"; Director: "Black August" (2010); Director: "I AM ALI" (2003); Co-Executive Producer: "An Oversimplification of Her Beauty"; Co-Producer: "BET Black Girls Rock" (2010-2015); Writer: "BET Honors Awards" (2010-2015); Associate Producer: "The Russian Winter" (2012); and Co-Producer: "Behind the Music: Notorious B.I.G." (1999, Emmy). She directed the music video “QueenS” for TheeSatisfaction which NPR named one of the most stylish music videos of 2012.

hampton is a board member of online civil rights organization Color of Change, Detroit’s Young Nation and Grace Lee Bogg’s youth arts collective Detroit Summer. She consults for MomsRising.org, Drug Policy Alliance and JusticeLA.

hampton was the 2015 Visiting Artist at Stanford University's Institute for Diversity in the Arts where she taught "From Moments to Movements; New Media, New Narratives” a course on 21st century activism and organizing.


 
 

 

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